Story depicts woman managing love, violence, revenge
Sarah Smith lived in the ignorant nice bubble where everything is good and colourful. Sarah later finds out that bad things and ugliness exist. Sarah's love interest is David Powers, a martial art expert that now works as a personal trainer. David knows how to manage Sarah's angry new emotions because he has been through it himself. Joining David and Sarah in the book is Louis Cole, the main villain. <
"People can be blind to what is right in front of them. From a backstabbing best friend to the chaos in the streets, these are not always known to the public," Goodwin explains the book's premise. "There is a fight between good and evil in everyone. You should never let the evil win out. Love is stronger than hate, and no matter how much bad there is in the world, there is as much good and beauty."
An excerpt from the book:
"I said 'Are you okay?'" my mother repeated. This time I understood her question.
"I really don't know," I finally replied truthfully.
I really didn't know why it felt so good to do something so bad.
By B. C. Goodwin
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 356 pages | ISBN 9781504309615
E-Book | 356 pages | ISBN 9781504309622
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
B. C. Goodwin was born in Melbourne, Australia. Goodwin now lives in Brisbane with fiancé and two kids. The author is a storytelling enthusiast, loving all its aspects from movies to books, from ancient myths to history. It is from the love of storytelling where the author found passion for writing.
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