Skye Jones had been dealt a tough hand. Deserted by her parents and older sister, leaving her and twin brother, Oliver, to face the world alone, she remained strong and focussed on building them the life they deserved.
She didn’t know that in Oliver’s need to protect her and escape the life they lived, he found a coping mechanism that would tear his life from him and leave Skye broken and alone.
Curtis. Cut Throat Curtis. He taught her to fight, to control her emotional anguish with physical strength.
He harboured turmoil of his own and they shared their pain. Skye trusted him, she let him in, but little did she know, he was preparing her for a life without him. He left like everyone else, becoming a ghost in the life she no longer knew.
She had nothing.
She had no one.
When all Skye had was her fight, her will to survive, fate gave her Thomas. He fought for her, he fought with her and he loved her like no other.
But fate was there with the secrets of her past. It waited in the wings, biding its time, ready to strike with the force of a hurricane when she thought she had everything she’d ever wanted.
It was coming…the cruel twist of fate that would bring Skye to her knees and threaten her survival.
And she was powerless to stop it…
About The Author-
Rebecca is a coffee drinking, music loving, working single mother and writing insomniac. When she’s not writing, she’s reading and when she’s not reading she’s squeezing her eyes shut and willing sleep to descend.
She writes about serious issues, giving emotional turmoil a twist and adding a little humour and sarcasm. Her stories are real and relatable, yet unexpected and unpredictable. Every writer was a reader first and Rebecca owes her passion for creating and telling emotional tales to the stories she has read and the people, places and experiences that have, and continue to, inspire her. Rebecca wants her readers to escape to a world where fairy tales and true love exist, wrapping her stories up with angst, passion and curveballs you won't see coming.
Her writing aims to bring problems and tragedies people face every day to light, make them relatable and leave her readers thinking long after they’ve read the last page.