Series: Broken Wings Duet
Published by Self on 03/22/2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult & College
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Also in this series: The Edge of Heaven
Some just talked to me.
They all had their vices.
I’m trailer trash in the slums of Carillon.
Until I met him, the mysterious neighbor who speaks through handwritten notes. He never shows his face, only comes and goes late at night, and I’m drawn to him like a moth to a flame.
I shouldn’t want him.
I don’t need him.
But when I close my eyes, he’s all I see.
He’s my addiction. The secret I keep close to my heart.
But sometimes things aren’t what they seem, and secrets don’t stay secrets forever.
And together, we’re just two lost souls on the wrong side of heaven.
Wrong Side of Heaven, an all new Forbidden and Emotional Romance by Gia Riley is AVAILABLE NOW!!
Wrong Side of Heaven by Gia Riley is the first in her Broken Wings Duet and it was heartbreaking and gripping. I was consumed by this story and could not put it down.
Winnie is a seventeen-year-old girl that lost it all and is now just fighting to survive. She has no one. She is counting down the days until she can leave. My heart broke for her. She meets Jasper where she works, and he has a crush on her. They go to the same school but were not friends. They become friends and he becomes her protector, but can she let him in?
This is a story you must experience. There are so many feels. Winnie is struggling. Jasper is sweet and caring and could be so good for her. Then there is Trey. What is right and what is wrong? There were so many emotions and heartbreak in this story. Winnie’s story is so tragic. I am so excited to read the next book, which will be out soon!
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I’ve become a prisoner in my own body, held captive by my thoughts. Without a TV, there’s not much to do besides write, draw, and think. When I run out of paper, I get antsy, and I talk to Dad, praying he’s watching over me. Because, no matter how hard I try to block out the noise, the inside of my brain feels like a cluttered junk drawer full of odds and ends that don’t matter. A bunch of trash that’s stuck in a small space with no purpose.
Sometimes, the voices are so loud, I pace in circles until the ratty carpet fibers stop laughing at me. If I don’t, I’ll end up in the bathroom with the blade against my thigh. On days when I can’t get the chatter to stop, I run the smooth metal over my skin and watch the blood seep out.
Blood—the lifeline that unites a family.
All my family is dead or gone.
God, I hate the sight of blood. The smell. The consistency. The way it smears and stains everything it touches. But, once the blade touches my skin, I forget about Tess and how little I have. Suddenly, that little cut is all I can think about, and I love the way it silences the screaming inside my head.
For those few seconds of peace, I forget that Dad’s not coming back, that Trey is gone, and how Tess isn’t ever going to be the mother I need her to be. I’m no longer lonely and afraid. I’m the girl who looks in the mirror and likes what she sees.
I am me. Nobody else.