Betrayed by someone she trusted...
After attempting to take her own life, Willow's parents move her to a small town in the hope to have a fresh start. The relationship with her mother strained, Willow's hate grows towards her mother when she threatens to homeschool her. Feeling alone and worthless, she finds a friend who shares similar struggles.
Bree and Willow are alike in so many ways - both cast aside by others their age and both afraid to tell anyone their secret.
But when Willow can't fight the memories of the horror she's lived through - she can no longer tell what is real and what isn't.
She does the unthinkable to set herself free...
Her fragile soul no longer whole, what's left is damaged and CRACKED.
****DISCLOSURE - PLEASE READ****
This book is intended for mature audiences. It depicts sexual violence, teen suicide, and depression. If you are subject to being triggered by these types of graphic details, this book is NOT for you. Please do not leave a nasty review because it offended you or you did not like the story. Just don’t read the book.
While this book is a work of fiction, child abuse and suicide are a very real thing, and this book is not intended to make light of a very serious issue among our youth. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people between 10 to 24.
If you know someone or are struggling with depression, please seek help.
Contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline today at 1-800-273-8255