We are excited with author Kathyrn Andrews release of book #2 in the Hale
Brothers Series. STARLESS NIGHTS is now available.
She said that she was my best friend and then one day she wasn’t. Every day I live
with the visible scars, but it’s the invisible ones that hurt the most. They are a
constant reminder of everything I’ve lost as well as all the things that I’ll never have.
I should be over this by now, it’s been years, but I can’t escape the memories that
haunt me. Everyone around me is moving on with their life, so now I need to do the
same. Tennis brought me to Columbia University, and I am quickly proving that I
will not let anyone defeat me, past or present. I am in control now. Life has taught
me the hard way to remember that. But after all this time, I’m still searching for an
answer to the one question that is constantly burning in the back of my
He said that he was my best friend, and then one day he wasn’t. It took one moment
to change my entire life. What I thought I knew became a lie and nothing was ever
the same. Slowly, I picked up the pieces and focused on what I could control…me. I
live in New York City and attend one of the world’s most prestigious fashion and
design schools. Day after day, I am getting closer and closer to making my dreams
come true. I did this all on my own and no one can ever take it from me. I know my
future is bright, even if my heart is destined to stay in the dark. The dull ache that
still lingers is my daily reminder to rely on no one but myself. Although, after all this
time, I still can’t help but wonder…why?
Sweat drips from my hair, over my forehead, and down the side of my face. I’m in
the zone and nothing is going to pull me out of it.
I toss the ball high to serve and watch in slow motion as it flies over the net and Nate
responds. His feet are quick but mine are quicker. The muscles in my arms are tense.
They’re coiled so tight, just waiting to strike. Over and over the ball comes at me. Its
speed has to be close to one hundred and fifty miles an hour and all I can think is the
faster the better!
Tennis has always been my escape. My brother Drew swims and over the last few
years, I’ve noticed that Matt has picked up running but for me . . . I need the impact
to release the frustration, anger, and heartache that I am consumed with.
Dad was smart to put me in tennis. Although, I would not, and will not ever hit a
person, hitting a little yellow ball brings me great relief.
Buy Starless Nights and Drops of Rain
(book#1) on Amazon now.
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