Tonya Thomas writes contemporary short fiction with themes affecting women, including being a mom, life passages, divorce and remarriage, domestic abuse, body image, and the extremes women go to seek perfection. It's fiction women of all ages and nationalities can relate to. She hails from Newark, New York, where she lives with her husband and two cats, Sasha and Simka.
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TRAPPED In An Abusive Relationship (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 1)
Amy Reynolds thought she had a great boyfriend, until one by one
all her freedoms began to disappear. When her job is threatened,
Amy decides it's time to become more independent. But that's not
how her boyfriend Brad feels. He likes things the way they are
and will go to any length to keep it that way.
Life on the Perpetual Diet (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 8)
Emily has always had a problem with her weight. Yo-yo dieting was
something she'd accepted as part of her life. But when an
opportunity arrives to expand her horizons, she leaps at the
chance. That brings her a new income source and a chance at love.
But when her new significant other plots to keep her fat--and
unattractive to other men--she objects. And then she meets a man
with the ability to sweep her off her feet. Will she give up
everything she thought she wanted or will she cling to the vows
she made when she said "I do"?
In Sickness & In Wealth (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 10)
Contemporary short fiction: Life's a struggle when you come from
a large family, and Erica had to work hard for everything she
ever wanted. Then she met Donovan Whitmore-the man of her dreams
who could give her everything. Only … it turned out Donovan
worked just as hard as Erica--maybe harder. And it turned out
their marriage of convenience was only convenient for one of
Married With Stepchildren (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 7)
Short story: There were six people in this marriage. When Elise
said "I do" to the man of her dreams, she thought her life would
be perfect. She hadn't reckoned with her husband's three spoiled
daughters and an ex-wife who continued to drain him
dry--emotionally and financially. What will it take to keep this
marriage from imploding?
Dream House Nightmare (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 11)
The house that has everything is worth busting your budget for
... isn't it? Carrie Burton pushed to get the house of her
dreams. But money is tight, and all their resources go to keeping
up with the Joneses … and soon Carrie's life is one of constant
The Hoarder's Daughter (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 3)
After the death of her father, Dana Morrison noticed that her
mother's house was becoming cluttered. First she saved grocery
bags, then newspapers, and empty boxes. In no time flat, her
house was filled with junk, junk, and more junk! Dana made the
mistake of cleaning house, but that just made matters worse when
her mother decided that her trash was more valuable to her than
Dangerous Curves (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 12)
What happens when plastic surgery goes terribly wrong?
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Those She Left Behind (The Women of Strength Diaries Book 5)
When Kathryn Garner took her life, she could not have known the
devastation she would unleash for her family, friends, and the
people she came into contact with every day. She was hurting, but
she did she have any clue as to the pain her ultimate solution
would cause the other women in her life?