About the Book:
Chelsea had the perfect life. She was popular, hot, and envied,
but then her mother, the woman she so often took for granted,
whose smiles she didn’t always return, and whose voice she so
often drowned out through blaring stereos, dies, and her whole
world – her whole silly notion of perfection, is buried with
Now consumed with sorrow, and grief, Chelsea finds her belief
in God, her desire for college, all her dreams, and passions
sucked out of her. Her father, who cares more for his appearance
than his daughter, sends her to a psychologist who suggests group
therapy. It is there she meets the dark, and cocky Storm who is
also motherless, and whom she finds herself attracted to.
It is through this trial that Chelsea will come to realize God
sends his angels when we least expect it, and most of the time
these “angels” do not bear wings, nor are they always really
About the Author:
Cara Ruegg is a 20-year-old author who is currently seeking representation.
Just to let you know, this is YA. Also, I appreciate any feedback you can give me.
Requested feedback Criteria:
Overall Feedback, Character Development, Pacing