Brooke was just killed in an accident, but a part of her is still here. Seeking answers, she sets out to retrace her life and soon meets others like her, among them, Tyler. Tyler remembers Brooke from before, and so she hesitantly gives him the one thing she never bothered to when they were alive; a chance. Together, they visit the people and places in their small beach town that once held meaning to them, developing a mutual, grudging respect as they learn to view life in different and unexpected ways.
Tyler soon decides that they must let go of their pasts if anything is to change, but Brooke can’t bring herself to say goodbye just yet. As she watches the impact of her death on her loved ones, Brooke questions her desperate need to hold onto a life that’s no longer hers. But can she move on from a life she’s barely begun to live?
A bittersweet story about family, friendship and the impact one life can have on others, no matter how young it is.
Since I was a kid, I refused to go to sleep without a pile of books near me. Now that I am older that pile has grown into the multiple bookshelves lining my room on which there never seems to be enough space. I enjoy writing stories in all shapes and sizes, most particularly song lyrics, musicals, film scripts, and, of course, novels.