When Ari's mum becomes ill, Evan (her stepfather) became furious that he wasn't getting what he wanted; sex. Turning to the youngest of the daughters he tricks Ari into believing he is in love with her, and she is in love with him. Getting what he wants from her she is too confused to realise what is going on. He took his time, getting her to trust him till finally she slept with him. Telling her if she told then Evan would leave forever and her mother would hate; her she never told a soul. Arielle did everything he asks, to please him and make him happy.
Now in her first year of College things take a turn when she realises what real love is like, she doesn't have to look further than her English classroom. Does Mr Hartley feel the same way? Can he help her from this dis-functional and destroying relationship?
A/N This will be the second book of the 'Truth' series. The first is Philophobia. You do not need to read the book to know about this one. They are not the same and do not use the same characters just the same abuse. This is not a true story.