No hope exists for twenty-four-year old Torie Sullivan. Her boyfriend cheats with her closest friend and roommate. In a drunken fury, she drives her car into a ditch.
Paramedic Adam Benedict rescues Torie from her mangled car. Soon he discovers she’s the middle school bully who brutalized him. Having saved her life, he assumes he’s through with his responsibility toward her until he discovers she’s homeless.
Having an ailing grandfather and a minuscule cabin, Adam enlists the help of his girlfriend Maya Vitale. The sweet schoolteacher harbors her own dark secrets.
The lives of the three disparate friends collide and reveal toxic pasts which threaten to poison their futures.
Only one path can lead to healing, and it’s one none of them wish to follow.
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Others say weird.
In truth, McClain’s wacky and wonderful.
As a youth, she believed herself an odd-ball, craved being like others. She even practiced writing in cliches because her classmates did, and if they thought the phrases were cool, they had to be.
Fortunately, that phase passed, and she now celebrates her own diversity. She plays bassoon, creates stained glass, enjoys high ropes, loves to run and, of course, she writes.
For thirty years she attempted to teach teenagers the joys of the English language. Judging from the prevalence of confusion with their, they’re and there–not to mention your and you’re and the rest, she hasn’t succeeded much. She’s now on a quest to make magic with her own words.