“Every once in a while a book comes along with the ‘wow’ factor. This book totally met all of my criteria for that. From the opening page, I was struck by the sheer beauty of the writing.... This is a definite book for anyone. I guarantee that there’s a character you can identify with. Hopefully, it’ll help you learn a little something about yourself as well. Join Vic on her journey towards self-discovery and allow yourself to be swept up.” — Minding Spot
“This was a ‘no holds barred’ kind of read with a delicate touch that I definitely recommend!”
— Bookin’ It Up
“This intriguing story of self-discovery should be on every read- ers’ to-be-read list. It will have you questioning how you are living your life.” — Jersey Girl Book Reviews
“No Story to Tell by KJ Steele is intense and thought-provoking. In many ways it defies description. It has to be experienced and it is an experience not to be missed.”
— Single Titles
Have you ever wondered if you can be born into the wrong life?
This is a question Victoria Lackey, a once promising dancer, tries hard not to ask herself as she wanders through her days, tending her secrets and burying her past.
It is a question that begins to whisper to her after a chance meeting with Elliot, a sensual artist from the city, who recognizes the dancer’s spirit within her.
A question that presses for an answer after softly seductive anonymous telephone calls encourage her forward into a life of her own.
A question that demands an answer when the woman she is explodes inside the woman she has become.
Buried dreams, anonymous telephone calls, and a heart full of secrets. No Story to Tell is a story that demanded to be told.
“No Story to Tell tells a terrific story of a survivor finally taking a risk that will shake her world.”— Midwest Book Review
“Every once in a while a book comes along with the ‘wow’ factor” said the blog Minding Spot about KJ Steele’s first novel, No Story to Tell. KJ Steele provides “wow” with everything she writes, whether it’s the story of a woman rediscovering her passion or inmates in an asylum rediscovering their humanity.
“No Story to Tell is about re-creating one’s world—something to tell one’s self more than other dreamers and idlers! Fascinating read, Ms. Steele!”— Crystal Book Reviews