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Release Date: June 21, 2018
Cover Design: Wicked by Design
With a history like ours, the meaning of the word family tended to tangle into something unrecognizable. DNA and bloodlines didn’t tie us together, and neither did our last names. Various shades of grey blurred the branches of our twisted family tree.
I wasn’t her brother.
They weren’t my parents.
Not that it mattered…
She was off limits.
Portia was my friend.
Then my foster sister.
And she’d always be the love of my life.
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About the Author
Bestselling author, Stephie Walls is a lover of words—the more poetic the better. She lives on the outskirts of Greenville, South Carolina in her own veritable zoo with two dogs, three cats, the Mister, and Magoo (in no preferential order). She would thrive on coffee, books, and Charlie Hunnam if it were possible, but since it’s not, add in some Chinese food or sushi and she’s one happy girl.
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…You’re my lemon pie…
I love the catchphrases in Stephie’s books. They are amazing!
I have admired Stephie’s words since I read Label Me Proud. She knows how to write a story full of love, angst and odds that seem insurmountable. She does it with poise and class and doesn’t have to dumb it down to make people understand.
Yes there is a bit of taboo in the subject of the story, but it’s slight and it actually brings more to the story of Jude and Portia. They are foster siblings and grew up together, in a unconventional way. They were drawn together by personal tragedies. But that was also what seemed to have separated them too…
This story of Jude and Portia was original, fresh and it was a page turner. Yes they were young, but their world experiences had aged them beyond their years. And I truly believe that Jude was an old soul.
The two of them had depended on each other for such a long time that it was almost written in the stars that they should be together.
The words flowed from the page and I could really feel the emotions from both Jude and Portia.
I am in awe at how Stephie handled the subject of this book and made me admire her all the more. This is definitely a must read book! I am so glad I have been introduced to her work. Well done Stephie! I cannot wait to see what you come out with next! Don’t ever stop writing.