The Dragging Dawn [Book Three]
'"People act as if they have a final chance, once someone dies. But they don't. No matter whether the last thing you said to someone was telling them how much you love them or whether you had an argument and insulted them, it's what you said. Visiting a grave doesn't change that. Souls of the deceased have no patience for feelings or apologises or wishes that are expressed too late."
"But what if you don't feel satisfied with the way you parted?" Credence asked, looking perplexed.
"Is death ever satisfying?" Came her response.'
This is the third and final story in my Lover's Fall trilogy. It is set 25 years after the end of Forever Forgotten.
Seriously guys, by this point I have nothing to go off of. There are no books that I'm following here so just enjoy the story I give you because trust me, it's hard to make some of this stuff up.