My hope is that this post marks the beginning of a long and satisfying journey. Stay tuned for sneak peek at the first chapter of Unbound, but in the meantime here's a synopsis to whet your appetite.
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Rachel Dawes has known about Jacob from the very beginning. Known that she’d had a twin brother who didn’t live long enough to meet her parents. Known that his absence defined her family in some way. That it defined her in some way. She just never realized how much her brother’s death would change her life.
An anxious underachiever, Rachel’s father’s death catapults her violently from the safety of childhood into a pseudo-adulthood she is unprepared for. While other girls her age dream of rock stars and prom dates, Rachel stock piles batteries and water bottles, bracing herself for the next inevitable catastrophe in her uncertain life. By the age of 18, Rachel is scared and stuck. Scared of heights, of cars, of disasters harming the people she loves. Stuck between looking back and moving forward, stuck in a life that is getting smaller by the minute. And the secret Rachel has kept so well – the secret she barely acknowledges she is keeping – has begun to haunt her. Convinced she is losing her mind, Rachel finally works up the courage to confess to a therapist that she believes someone has been stalking her since birth – a man who tends to show up when she needs him the most. A man she is already half in love with. A man she believes is her guardian angel.