On the night before a planned family vacation, Debney is inexplicably excluded. After a bitter argument with her mother at being barred from family vacations, especially one so close to her eighteenth birthday, Debney arranges a romantic dinner with her long time crush. During the chaos of dinner turned teen party, she learns of the death of her family. Yes, sometimes relationships in families end tragically. People leave; parents die, and lives change. But does it all have to bring out the skeletons in the closet?
Debney Nichole Armstrong thought she knew everything about her family. She knew her dad worked hard at everything, except building a relationship with his family. She knew her younger brothers were typical little kids, and she knew her mother, for some unknown reason, disliked her first born and only daughter.
What she really needed to know was did her mother contribute to the ‘accident’? Who is the man repeatedly mentioned in her mother’s journals? Where were the bodies of her ten year old twin brothers, and who is the father of the child she now carries? No matter what the answers are, Debney knows, nothing will ever be the same.
Ey’s motto: “I am a writer....a master of words. Like aknife, words should be handled carefully. They can cut deeply, the wound maynever heal, and the scar can remain for an eternity.”
Ey Wade is the single parent of three awesomeyoung women, whom she home-schooled into college and the grandmother, ‘Lovey’of a little boy. Ey likes to say of herself “Knowing me as a writer andauthor is like cracking an egg’s shell in the air and wondering how far thesplatter will spread.” She is currently the author of nine books written within various genres’. Ey considers herself to be a caged in frustratedauthor of thought provoking, mind bending eBooks, an occasional step-in parent,a fountain of knowledge, and ready to share.