A Mad World | DISCONTINUED
You once read a complicatedly poetic tale of a girl who had loved so much, she lost herself. In the end, she did not find her old self, but rather created herself entirely. Adele Cullen learned that love was not her weakness, but her greatest strength. She left her past behind her where it belonged. Unfortunately for her, nothing ever stays in the dark where it belongs.
Nothing. No one.
Four years have passed since the confrontation with the Volturi in defense of Renesmee and the showdown between Aro and Adele herself. Four years gone and now with four children of her own, everything seems to be going alright for her. She had bestowed upon herself the responsibility of helping her adoptive twin daughters out of the dark holes of their tragic past that they endured at such young ages, much like herself. Adele tells of her past like tragic fairytales of lost love and gore, but her family and Paul Lahote will soon realize that even he does not know the deepest, darkest secrets Adele buried away in the depths of herself.
When those secrets threaten the lives of her family, her children and her fiancé, she will do anything to protect them, even if it means the cost of her own life. When new enemies ally with the old and they emerge from the shadows of it all, no one will be safe. And when one of the people she loves most gets caught up in the line of fire, she will go to any length to save them.
And everyone, including Paul, will soon discover that Adele would be the war they could not win.