Through the Dark
Daisy Fields is a good girl. She grew up participating in sports and worked hard in school. She doesn't drink, do drugs, have tattoos, or piercings outside of the two simple studs in her ears. She's always done everything by the book to make her parents nothing less than proud. All of that suddenly changes the summer following her high school graduation when she decides it's time to finally let loose for a little while before starting her first year of college. Liam Jones is a bad boy. At least that's the reputation the local basketball star has developed in his last three years of college. The lean, cut, tattoo covered guy is known very well to attend every party his fraternity throws and gets into physical altercations that leave his opponents battered and bruised. There's some sort of darkness inside of him that any sane person would run from - yet every girl wants to hook up with him. That's all it ever is for him too - just a simple hook up - and then he tosses them aside like nothing ever happened. When Daisy goes to her first college party at a fraternity house, she hopes to have a good time with her three best friends, get a little tipsy, and shamelessly flirt with a really hot guy she'll never see again. What she doesn't expect is to meet Liam and be left feeling shaken and afraid. After that night Daisy hopes to never see Liam again, but Liam seems to have other plans that are the complete opposite. Over time Liam and Daisy realize they have a bit more in common than they ever would've thought. Through broken dreams, dark pasts, hard decisions, too much violence, and a young love growing bigger and stronger everyday - Daisy hopes that maybe she can help Liam fight the darkness and find the light that's buried somewhere deep inside of him.
- Paperback | 446 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 25.65mm | 748.42g
- 13 Jan 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Jess Evans
Jess Evans is a young adult obsessed with all things Spiderman and cats. You can typically find her with her nose buried in a book, ears plugged with headphones, or eyes glued to a computer/TV screen. Occasionally she ventures out into the real world and works at an actual job.