Unlocking McKinley Carter
McKINLEY CARTER was never the same after her father abused her, threatening terrible things if she were to ever tell anyone.
Her mother is a therapist, yet fails to break through the walls her daughter has casted around herself.
One day, McKinley's mother forces her to come down to her office in an attempt to finally tear down her walls.
HEATH FOSTER lost his father at a very young age, along with his memories of the man. His mother is overprotective of him, spurning a rebellious side to the boy.
Perhaps she is worried he will turn out as his father had at the same age.
He has been seeing a therapist since he began showing signs of aggressive anger and self harm. He cannot take it any longer.
Could Heath be the key in unlocking McKinley's walls? Can McKinley calm the storm raging inside Heath?
*This is a sequel to Tracking Logan Foster, but can be read without reading the first book.*
WARNING: This story deals with heavy issues, such as abuse, depression, and suicide. Please be careful if these could trigger unwanted emotions from you.