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Despair & Decision

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Release Date: 11th June 2012

Amara has always been conflicted; with other people’s ideals never matching up to her own reality, it was understandable but not tolerable. With her only confidence being her love, she learns to overcome the tragedies life throws her way. After all, to Amara, there is little of more importance than love.

                                  

                           

       
Lady in RedLady in Red

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Release Date: 9th July 2012

Calling people angels based on what they can do and what can be done for others is not the most unusual quirk of human beings. How often are they correct?
Phoebe, a powerful woman with a secret, attempts to tidy up the collapsing districts in some of her typical, and somewhat unconventional, ways.

In a place where people appear satisfied with their own misery and with few loyal by her side she acts prepared for each of her impending challenges. Her toughest will be facing family. Even those with utmost faith will have to question, can she face the challenge of facing herself?

Ordinary

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Release Date: 29th July 2012

Michael always knew he was a little different but never quite as different as outsiders perceived him to be. He has his joys and his struggles, fortunes and misfortunes and with family, friends and a boyfriend he never felt like there was a problem.

A tender slice-of-life novella about how being different is still very much ordinary.
Secrets Clad in LightSecrets Clad in Light

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Release Date: 10th September 2012

London, 1888. Henry decides to abandon all social conventions and rescue his lover, Seth, from an abusive household. He has replayed the moment in his head and has always known it wouldn’t be easy. He has never thought that it would be Seth who would cut his time too short. With Seth barely breathing, Henry must make the hardest decision of his life: try to save Seth, possibly condemning him to a life of suffering, or let him pass on in peace. But the arrival of a young stranger forces Henry’s hand, doing little to ease his qualms of uncertainty as everything he thought he knew changes.

Caught between self-doubt and his own selfish desires Henry learns to fight it all, using this stranger as a light to shine on what he hopes is the right path… All the while aware that there is still so much he doesn’t yet know…

 Butterfly (Forgotten Children, #1)

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Release Date: 10th April 2013

Ellis McGowan, a child psychiatrist, thought he had seen and heard it all, especially with a wife, Jodie, in the same emotionally-draining profession. When the fire and collapse of an Abbey in the vicinity of their home leaves traumatised children of all ages displaced Ellis is ready to help in any way he can. Soon enough, he finds that everything is not as they imagined; more children than what were originally documented escaped from that building, many with no traceable origins and Ellis needs to find out why, prepared to go to great lengths to do so.

Zack and Alex, the eldest known survivors, soon find themselves in an environment radically different from what they are used to. In a warm, inviting household and faced with a real family the two aren’t sure how to handle things but are certain they will never be able to tell others what went on in their pasts.

Unwilling to lose all faith in the system, and his profession, Ellis is determined to get answers out of the boys to save them, and the others, from the torture they have been subjected to, even while knowing that the Abbey walls were easier to knock down than the ones that had formed around their hearts.

Chameleon (Forgotten Children, #2)

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Release Date: 5th June 2013

Student and arcade-runner Justin thought there was little that could happen to turn around his mundane, routine-following life. That was until he was held up at knife-point at the end of a long day. With the threatening boy seeking a place to tend to his extensive injuries Justin was forced to take him back to his workplace, hoping to end the night not nearly as scathed as his attacker seemed to be. When the captor, no older than himself, collapses, Justin has a chance to turn him in. He chooses not to. It’s the desperate and stubborn manner in which the boy refuses real medical attention that makes Justin wonder about what it is he has run away from.

The boy, Ethan, wakes only to confirm what Justin has discovered; he is an orphan from the Abbey that has burnt down in a neighbouring city. Even while realising that keeping a violent and socially-awkward teenager out of trouble is no easy task, and calling himself crazy for pursuing attempt, Justin offers Ethan a place to stay, and his silence, in return for help at the arcade, only for both to soon realise it is each other’s friendship that they desire more than anything.

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