About I Joey: Finding Me Book Three
The truth of who she is lies within one word: family.
When Kat’s son, Joey, was diagnosed with autism three years ago, she learned everything she could to give him the best life possible. Months later, her husband abandoned them. Luckily, her now-boyfriend Warren and his sisters pushed their way into her heart.
But life still has bumps. Joey’s school doesn’t agree with the accommodations he requires. Warren’s sister Kristen continues struggling with no way to support herself. And, worse yet, Kat’s ex is back.
Even with all that’s happening, Kat wants Joey to have a fulfilling life. But when disaster strikes, she’s forced to make a choice. Can she figure out how to help others while providing for Joey’s needs?
At the conclusion of the Finding Me Series, I JOEY offers a whirlwind of emotions that promises heartache, hope, healing, and second chances.
Learn More About The Author
Kameo Monson grew up in Glendale, Arizona, where she picked cotton on the way to school through her kindergarten year and smelled orange blossoms on the way to church through junior high. The first time her husband, McKay, drove an hour across the Phoenix Valley to pick her up for a date, he thought she’d be surrounded by farmland. Unfortunately, most of that had been built up a decade previous.
When Kameo was still young, her parents allowed one family dog at a time, despite her begging. McKay has a harder time saying no. That’s why they house three dogs, a cat, two guinea pigs, and four lovable rats. The fish is his. Kameo and her husband reached twenty-seven years of wedded bliss in June of 2022. They have four children, who range in age from adult to mid-teen.
Though Kameo studied music for two years at the local community college (before meeting McKay), she found her place within the literary arts. With a certificate in editing, she owns and operates KMonson Editing Services, where she helps others reach their literary dreams.
Pine and aspen trees regularly call to Kameo from the Mogollon Rim, and whenever possible, she escapes to the mountains with dreams of becoming a reverse snowbird.