Fifteen-year-old Morgan is nothing more than an empty shell. She is surrounded by uncaring psychiatrists who’d rather be anywhere else but with her, and is bullied at school because of her wealth and status. She remains isolated from it all, never once giving a thought to friendship, or even love.
This all changes when she meets a strange boy named Lucas. From his fickle, humorless jokes, to his cocky grin, to his pure, untainted eyes, Morgan can’t help but wonder if he’s just as unstable as she is, if not more. Over time, the two grow closer and eventually, they fall in love. But memories have a funny way of dragging you below the thin line of insanity. And in the end, they serve as a sentence Morgan could neither hide nor run from.
Warrior Lover’s Limbo: The Dance With Rejection and Isolation
The Warrior Lovers have spoken. In response to communications with Warrior Lovers around the world, author Leilani Anastasia takes a new and improved approach to addressing two of the subjects that Warrior Lovers suffer from most – isolation and rejection.
The author explores two of the most complex feelings that spouses and partners of Combat PTSD suffer and explains the reasons behind those feelings. From codependency to low self esteem, this book addresses where these feelings arise from and how to battle the negativity associated with them.
Dette Chambers’ Death Journal
Dette can smell death.
It’s a curse, an obsession and a consuming addiction.
She has gone an entire year without death.
But everything changes when Zach, a stranger with an intoxicating and unpredictable scent, intrudes upon her life.
L. M. du Preez