Silence can be a fatal choice, but so can speaking up. Would you stay silent and keep your own life at risk or speak up and risk the lives of the ones you love?
Almost a year after graduating from university and first meeting her older half-brother, Ian Daughtry, Raelynn is willing to stick around longer with him and their mother in his house in Nova Scotia. Ian, seen as reticent and often a bit pessimistic, begins to grow out of his protective integument for her as her openness and honesty prevail him. However, just as things start to take a wrong turn, he tries to deduct his once peaceful solitude.
Raelynn briskly gets involved, providing indemnity for herself and her brother from their mother. Moreover, cutting all ties with people who were once important to her. While they're suddenly heading for the worse after Raelynn confronts her ex-boyfriend and gets hurt, Ian immediately absconds from solidarity to come to the aid of their family.
In accession to his courage, he promises his sister to end the secret keeping and to be more open and honest with her.
WARNING: This book contains graphic content surrounding sensitive topics that readers may find triggering, including suicide, sexual violence, and other numerous forms of abuse and violence. Reader discretion is advised.
PAST, PRESENT, ALTERNATIVE: MIDNIGHT
You have chosen your choice. Now you have to deal with the consequences. Anything can happen.
In this sequel to ’Past, Present, Alternative: Nightfall’, equity becomes far from obtainable for Ian and his younger sister, Raelynn, against their mother. Fallen victim to an unjust trial, his reliance on evidence and morality depletes almost entirely. That is until he gets back home after running an errand and discovers his house razed and Raelynn nowhere to be seen.
Taken in by their aunt and eventually left with his sister’s phone as clear evidence of an abduction, he quickly discovers a sticky note with a list of addresses written on it, taped to the back of its protective case.
Forced to abide by a time limit with limited resources to reference to in search of her, he chooses to follow his only source of information, uncertain of where it will lead him.
WARNING: This book contains graphic content surrounding sensitive topics that readers may find triggering, including gun violence, and other numerous forms of abuse and violence. Reader discretion is advised.
‘“Yes, Cheryl?” I reply, barely opening my eyes. She opens her other hand in front of me, revealing something mini, about the size of a June bug, in her palm.”’
What would you do if you found this?
College senior, Bradley Carleslie—posterior to being the prime suspect of a knotty murder trial—finds himself being the detective of a particular case after his little sister hands him a flash drive she found.
Intending to give it back to his sister, he quickly locates its USB plug and connects it to his laptop to see if it’s still operative. It’s still in sharp shape, but its memory is not unused.
He begins to watch and view the arrays of videos and photos left on it, instantly growing more and more nauseous and emotional as he proceeds through the measureless amount of footage. But another problem arises, there’s no identifiable faces, only actions and voices. Eventually needing to delve deeper into the surroundings in the footages, he refuses to let it all slip from his grip, until he finds the people in them.
WARNING: This book contains graphic content surrounding sensitive topics that readers may find triggering, including sexual violence and other numerous forms of abuse and violence. Reader discretion is advised.
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Hello and welcome to my website! My name is Leilani Graceffa, and writing is an enjoyable habit for me when I'm not trying to publish. When I'm not writing, I'm either singing or outside photographing everything. However, writing is my primary occupation, and I am ecstatic to continue sharing another gift of storytelling (other than music) with the world.
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