On the cusp of adulthood, Aurora met tragedy and darkness in a horrifying car crash. Death snatched her mom and sister away, destroying her family in a heartbeat. In its wake, it left her alive, but barely living; her only means of surviving includes copious amounts of Percocet and Xanax.
Terrified of stepping beyond her backyard, the broken-hearted and physically damaged nineteen-year-old doesn’t need anyone
Until she meets the Johnson brothers...
Nate is a man on a mission wanting to help Aurora overcome the issues chaining her to a mediocre life. He needs to, if he’s ever going to have her as part of his world – a passion he keeps hidden from her. If he succeeds with the impossible goal, he’ll cure more than just her PTSD, he’ll heal her heart. However, Aurora must find the will to believe in herself and push beyond her comfort zones. Needing serious support, she additionally reaches out to the only other person she trusts with her life—Nate's younger brother, Lucas.
Through therapy and relapses, highly charged emotions bubble to the surface threatening both the friendship and everything she’s battled in effort to save her relationship with Nate. As the final chapters approach, Aurora must decide what is truly most important, because sometimes the greatest addiction isn’t to the pills, it’s about finding the one true soulmate and believing in your own self-worth.
Warning, these books deal with post-traumatic stress disorder and an addiction to prescription drugs.