Seventeen-year-old Amber Malley’s suicide sparks the depression that has been buried within teacher Kristen Hunter. The single mother of two struggles to cope with the loss of this student while coming to terms with her failed marriage that she denies to acknowledge.
Not only does Kristen work through her depression, Kristen’s father, Paul, deals with the rejection he received from his mother as a child, along with the deaths of his best friend and wife. Amber’s mother, Mary Alice, ignores the truth behind her daughter’s death; instead, she decides to sue Kristen who encourages the composition of Amber’s suicide note. Within weeks of Amber’s death, another student commits suicide.
How will Kristen handle the guilt she feels contributes to these situations? To what degree does she hold herself responsible?
Praise for Kim Praser’s debut novel, Unrequited Guilt
“As Unrequited Guilt is a unique, emotive, and compelling piece of fiction, I have no choice but to award this stunning book a dazzling five stars. It is brilliant, award-worthy and memorable… all great qualities that make a book unmissable so please, read this wonderful book and be entertained for hours on end!”
“Praser has composed a poignant, compelling and engaging novel that I was unable to put down. I was drawn in right from the beginning and fully occupied throughout. Unrequited Guilt is a real tearjerker filled with raw emotion, hope and inspiration. Praser encourages the reader to allow themselves to have deep feelings and compassion as she paints the human condition like a portrait. This is a beautiful story that readers will not soon forget…a 5 Star Novel.”
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-368-8283-4-1
Print ISBN: 978-0-999-8948-0-4