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Casey Watson Books In Order

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Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Boy No One Loved (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Crying for Help (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Little Prisoners (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Too Hurt to Stay (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dirty Heart Clean Heart (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Mummy’s Little Helper (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Breaking the Silence (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Last Kiss for Mommy / A Last Kiss for Mummy (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Scarlett's Secret (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Girl Without a Voice (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Nowhere to Go (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
No Place for Nathan (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Stolen Childhood (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Wild Child (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Skin Deep (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Daddy's Boy (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Mommy’s Little Soldier / Mummy's Little Soldier (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Little Princess (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
At Risk (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Silent Witness (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Family Guy (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Taboo Stories (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Runaway Girl (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Groomed (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Angels with Dirty Faces (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Boy Without Hope (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Dark Secret (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Let Me Go (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Mummy, Please Don’t Leave (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
I Just Want to Be Loved (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
I Want My Daddy (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Publication Order of Anthologies

Angels in Our Hearts(2019)Description / Buy at Amazon

Casey Watson is a bestselling author that writes books which explore the challenges and difficulties that children encounter all over the world.


Casey Watson has always been a healer. It’s all she’s ever known and it is what she has continued to do. As a child, while other kids played house and tag, Casey was busy setting up and operating her doll’s hospital.

It became commonplace to find Casey pulling a wooden cart behind her as she collected broken dolls from all over her friend’s houses and took them back to her hospital for repair. Of course, Casey didn’t really fix the dolls. Like any child, she got lost in checking their temperature and showering them with petals. But the act manifested Casey Watson’s passion at an early age.

As such, it was no surprise when Casey went ahead and joined the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps when she turned 18. Her work as a medical clerk didn’t satisfy her for long, though. Despite her initial determination to pursue a nursing profession, Casey found that she wasn’t happy with the way the work took her away from her family. After two years, she went back home.

But that only gave Casey the opportunity to put her big heart to even better use. The author has spent the last several years working as a specialist foster carer. Her work involves taking in damaged kids and taking care of them.

These are kids who have struggled to find homes because of their personality traits and attributes. Casey Watson works to guide them through a behavioral modification program that attacks their behavioral issues at their roots.

In the cases that Casey has succeeded, she has seen her patients either return to their families or integrate back into the foster care system. According to Casey, there is no more rewarding work than what she does.

The author first tried her hand at helping children when she took a job as a behavior manager at a local school. She gave up the position when she realized that she could contribute so much more to society by becoming a specialist foster carer.

The author has had the opportunity to see her hard work yield fruit by watching her foster kids move forward to greater things in life, finding jobs, starting families and manifesting the undeniable impact their foster mother and grandmother had on them.

A mother and grandmother, Casey Watson was a late bloomer. It wasn’t until the 2010s that she decided to put her passion for writing to professional use.

The author took up reading at an early age. She read Romeo and Juliet for the first time and she fell in love with words. Because Romeo and Juliet was the first book she ever read, it left a lasting impact.

Casey Watson’s love for Shakespeare ignited and she became one of those literary nerds that couldn’t help but underline and highlight their books because they couldn’t get enough of certain quotes and sections. Sufficing to say, Casey’s school librarian did not appreciate her enthusiasm, not with the way she was essentially mutilating school books.

But the enthusiasm paid off in the long run. After spending a lifetime caring for people and, especially, looking after children, Casey realized that she could combine her love for reading with her heart for the hurting and weary to write books that have the potential to touch lives and spur individuals into action.

Casey Watson will be the first to tell you just how soft-hearted she is. The author will be reduced to tears at the sight of a homeless person. And as a determined pacifist who doesn’t even take pleasure from the conflict that results when she is forced to stand up for herself and for other people, her heart breaks for people who suffer violent and miserable lives.

This compassion shines brightly in Casey’s books. The stories she writes – about children and their trials – are not designed to guilt trip her readers. Rather, Casey wants people to understand what is going on around them so that they can be driven to take actions that help others.

That isn’t to say that Casey’s life is one miserable boat filled with all the harrowing stories of suffering children that she is either hearing or telling. Casey Watson believes she’s a pretty fun individual.

She loves 50s and 60s music over anything coming out in the 21st Century. She would also include sunshine, coffee, and Christmas on her list of favorite things.

Casey cannot dance. She has taken lessons, especially jiving lessons. But her feet never seem to do the right thing. When she isn’t dancing or writing or caring for kids, Casey Watson is watching movies or television shows about Marvel Super Heroes. She cannot get enough of them.

+The Boy No One Loved

At five-years-old, Justin was the oldest of three siblings. And it was at that age that Justin, left alone by his heroin addict of a mother, tried to burn the house down. In six years, Justin went through more than a dozen failed placements before it was determined that Casey Watson and her husband Mike were the best specialist foster carers for his situation.

Casey and Mike are Justin’s last hope. Their goal is to use new behavioral modification techniques to heal the damage he has suffered over the years. Unfortunately for Casey, Justin refuses to be welcomed.

He uses violence against anyone and everyone and he takes pleasure in destroying the comforts brought into his life. It takes a visit to Justin’s mother to reveal the root of Justin’s problems.

+Little Prisoners

When Ashton and Olivia arrive at Casey Watson’s home, she is shocked by what she encounters in the seemingly unfosterable children. They are frightened and filthy and clearly at the edge of desperation. The oldest of five children, Olivia and Ashton were removed from their families because of the risk they were believed to pose.

Casey was supposed to be a temporary host, an emergency placement. But then Olivia and Ashton found the weeks turning into months, and their fears turning into curiosity as they got to experience a sense of family belonging for the first time in their lives.

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One Response to “Casey Watson”

  1. Cynthia Williamson Deel: 10 months ago

    I want to thank you so very much for what you do, have done and probably continue to do. I was also a foster child for my whole teenage years. My Mother decided that she didn’t want me and came out with some stories that I was told about 25 years later from the first carer that I stayed with. I do wish that I had a carer of your status here in the USA , maybe I wouldn’t have been hustled around from home to home to home; until I had to find myself a way out to learn to live with no one to look back on.
    I do love your books, I have fallen in love with the children and cried right along with them as they have went through their strategies. Bless you and Mike for all that you have give to God’s precious TREASURES. God Bless


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