Finding herself locked in an estranged room with an unknown little girl, Ainsley must come to terms with the events that got her there, in order to leave and re-unite with her daughter.
Will she be able to do it?
Sometimes it sounds like the rain is talking to me with all the whisper-y sounds it makes. This is just an idea, and I wanted to see if anybody found it interesting and whether or not I should continue with it.
| Updated Aug 13, 2014
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An idea that struck me as I read a quote that mused, "If the whole world was blind how many people would you impress?" I tried to turn that into a reality, and of course couldn't leave out romance. It's very short, even though I originally planned to write an entire book out of it. I had to c...
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