Melissa rose is an outcast.
Being acknowledged is the least of her worries, but there’s a twist; she is known to others around her, but she chooses to avoid the negative attention that she’s given.
Everyday in her life is a living hell that anyone would despise. Name calling, hair pulling, rumor spreading, harsh verbal abuse.
Her dad is an alcoholic, blocking her out and entering his own world of temporary peace to escape all of his unwanted, agonizing thoughts.
After years of her father’s alcoholism and the kids’ abuse she’s nearly had enough, but she feels as if there’s no escape and everything will continue until in ends badly for her.
When her childhood friend, Evan Brinkley, suddenly steps foot into her life again it feels like a deep breath of fresh air after being underwater for too long — and she doesn’t know if she should be scared of relieved.
General Fiction #99
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