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Book By Author:  Rachel Ferraro

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 Madison Shaw had suffered the deepest and darkest form of betrayal and treachery that a child could endure by those closest to her, leaving her unable to trust anyone, and rightfully so. Just six months shy of her eighteenth birthday is when she fearlessly traveled over nineteen hundred miles across the country to begin a new life for herself, and her beloved dog Wilbur; leaving the traumatic memories of her past behind. All the years she had agonized in silence at the hands of her Uncle Jeffrey, had finally come to an end, and now she was slowly trying to put the pieces of her life back together. Uncertain of what a healthy, well-adjusted teenager looked like that is, until she met Thomas Hamilton, and experienced what rebuilding trust, complete devotion and true love are really about. When forced to choose between love, life and both; she makes the ultimate sacrifice, haunting her own life, and the lives of everyone around her. In return she triumphs over weakness and self-destruction and is ultimately rewarded with the greatest gift imaginable.
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Author:  Rachel Ferraro