E p i g r a p h
I keep words for my heart, and pictures for my mind, so I can remember what I have forgotten when it is my time.
B l u r b
Hope Cohen has always been one for adventure, no matter the distance. But her time of adventuring comes to an end when Reece Hilton is suddenly no longer referred to as her best friend; just the boy next door.
Now, three years later, only cold nights and drowsy mornings await. But during their last summer before college, Hope comes to learn her mother has gone missing. Drastic times call for drastic measures, which means one last adventure for the best friends who once were. Only this time, all odds are against them.
A u t h o r 's N o t e
Wait for Me in The Backyard's title has been changed to Follow Me Home! I think Follow Me Home can better represent the themes of the book as a whole and it sounds much more contemporary. The rewrite for this book is currently in progress, which I'm excited about because it has a new beginning and a lot will be developed and changed! With that being said, this book is another slice of life idea I thought of very recently. Warning: There will be some scenes that talk about touchy subjects and a lot of heart-aching moments. This book is a bit different from most of my other stories. It deals more with drama then mystery, but it is still a young adult thriller nonetheless! It mainly focuses on friendship and learning to appreciate what you have. Yes, there will be mistakes, for this is just the rough draft. Feel free to correct me with helpful tips and constructive criticism! Otherwise that, this is a young adult/teen fiction, mystery. And if you do happen to read the book, thank you for checking it out!
[THIS BOOK HAS BEEN TAKEN DOWN FOR THE REWRITE, AS I WILL BE COMPLETELY REWRITING IT FOR THE WATTY'S]
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Follow Me Home ✓Teen Fiction
Hope Cohen has always been one for adventure, no matter the distance. But her time of adventuring comes to an end when Reece Hilton is suddenly no longer referred to as her best friend; just the boy next door. Now, three years later, only cold night...