The trials and tribulations of Tom continue in this, the second instalment of Steven Mark Kay’s novel, You and me, but not us. Part Two. The Satanic court. Whilst part one explored Tom’s endless quest to find love and his true life partner part two documents the fallout from his broken marriage with Martina.
Tom is instantly plunged into the abyss of parental alienation by his estranged wife who carefully and systematically manipulates the corrupt court system within the Czech Republic to prevent Tom’s access to his beloved children. Tom battles against a culture of professional incompetence which seems at all ends to protect the interests of Martina whilst placing many obstacles in his path.
Martina continues to use the system to subjugate Tom and feels no guilt, no shame, in using the girls as a weapon in her fight against their own father. She places demands on him that he must fulfil or he will never see his children again. Tom was facing this alone until he reaches out and discovers he is not the only person suffering in this way.
Satanic court is a highly charged and high conflict follow up to Steve’s worldwide seller deceptive enticements and shows explicitly why it is better to bring up children in a loving family as opposed to a psychological battlefield which can only destroy their hopes and dreams.