Max has never had a student quite like Taylor. He’s been teaching for a long time and knows potential on the rare occasions he sees it. However, Taylor’s personal life has convinced many people in their small town she’s not worth the effort. Max sees things differently, though. As he struggles to reach the girl, though, he makes an error in judgment that changes everything, and Taylor disappears.Five years later, Taylor returns, and Max sees it as an attempt to make amends for the past. However, Taylor doesn’t seem to remember what happened, and as a relationship forms between the unlikely pair, Max worries that telling her the truth will cause irreparable damage to both of them. How much does Taylor actually know? And how much is Max willing to deny the past for the sake of an illusory present?
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JB Trepagnier was born and raised in Louisiana. She has a Bachelors of Fine arts from Louisiana State University. She started writing at the age of fourteen. JB has multiple sleep disorders, including lucid dreaming. Sometimes she has dreams when she is half awake and half asleep that she writes down and turns into novels. Her first novel, “Midnight’s Sonata”, came from a dream when waking up from tonsil surgery. JB still lives in Louisiana with a menagerie of rescue animals. Some of them own her and some are fosters. The feline species of the house also enjoy writing and JB frequently finds gibberish they have inserted into her novels