India R Adams
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
I wish heroes didn't only exist in fairy tales.
The closest I have to the myth is Skyler, my best friend. Maybe it's selfish, but I'm so grateful not to be alone in my life, or in our high school parking lot when the bullying begins. Every morning, standing by my side is my best friend.
Sky and I are… different. Or, at least, that is how it feels. So, we hold each other near and keep everyone else at bay. The only two people who can see through our defense are the Wise Ones. They love us unconditionally and do their best to shelter us, but they're high schoolers themselves. How can I break their hearts and tell them they are… failing?
My name is Serenity. And I am a girl with secrets.
When I meet Dereck and instantly have visions of past lives with him, I have to think that maybe heroes really do exist.
But can I trust the light he brings? Or will his brightness only lead me further into the dark?
AUTHOR'S NOTE: In this metaphysical novel, there is abuse and there is loss, but most of all there is strength, hope, and a love so strong that one lifetime isn't enough.
SERENITY is book one in the Forever Series.
“Sky Wants Us To Be Happy Today”
I have to admit that I had to give myself a lot of breathing space after reading Serenity. Even as I start to write this review, my heart flutters with love for the characters, Serenity and the other part of her soul, Skyler; Derrick and Rocco; and Jolene and Josh.
This book made me believe in love more than any other I have ever read. The deep in your heart, magnetic pull, emotional clashing of love. Love that ties you, whether in its healthiest form, or not.
I feel blessed to have read India’s story
This story surprised me. I thought I knew what was happening, and feeling like it was drawing out, and BAM! A surprise. And then the movement shifts to an intense pace. I loved the story, the Crew's strange and wonderful relationship that defies explanation. I cried at the end. Real tears of understanding. I wish I still lived near India because I'd give her the biggest hug at our girls' next softball game. Since I don't, I'll leave a heartfelt thank you and a real review. ❤️ Buy all of India's books. They are worth it!