Healing by Author L.Chapman BOOK SPOTLIGHT
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It takes time to heal. When tragedy occurs in Keisha Evans life, her world turns upside down. The confident school secretary with hopes and dreams of becoming a teacher takes herself away from the outside world. She protects herself from being hurt again. With her best friend Ashley, pushing her to take a big step back out into the scary world she use to thrive in. Keisha finally gives in and takes that step. Having made memories and so many good times in a local pub. She decides to have lunch with Ashley. The first step through the door is the hardest thing for Keisha to do. The biggest step for her changes her changes her life with hopes to get back to the life she had. When she comes face to face with the man who saved her, can he save her again?
Snippet“How was your meal, ladies?” Cameron asks. “Lovely. Thank you,” Ashley answers. “Keisha?” “It was great. Thank you,” I say, looking up at him and smiling. “Well, we have a great pudding menu, and since it’s your birthday, Ashley, you should have a little treat,” Cameron insists. I gaze at his short brown hair, piercing blue eyes, and sweet smile. He is quite tall with a medium body frame. I never got a good look at him that day. I didn’t have time, nor did I care what he looked like. “Keisha, hot chocolate fudge cake and ice cream?” Ashley asks. “You know me so well.” I giggle. “It’s my favorite, too,” Cameron adds. Ashley and I sit there chatting when I feel a tap on my shoulder. “Hey,” Cameron says. I didn’t hear or see him come back. “Hi,” I answer. Why is he here again? And with no dessert? “Can I borrow you for a minute?” he asks. “Yes…” I pause, looking at Ashley. Feeling safe, I walk alongside Cameron. I haven’t felt like this since before the attack. This seems so strange to me. We walk out of the building and take a seat at the front on the wooden bench. “Sorry to take you away from your friend,” he states, his voice gentle but firm.
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