Gloria Westerly doesn't have a friend in the world before moving to Century City. Though living with her aunt on the property of the wealthy family she works for is odd, stranger still is the mansion’s only occupant. While there is certainly a story to the Rigby’s son, Adam, Gloria is distracted entering her final year of high school when she meets the carefree troublemaker, Edge Rider.
Like Adam, Edge can tell there's more to Gloria under the surface. If anyone can dig deep enough to understand her past trauma, it would be Edge. And maybe she'd like him to try. However, Gloria has no way of knowing that getting closer to him means stepping into a feud between friends; one centered around Adam Rigby and Edge's legal guardian, Jet Veron. Adam warns Gloria to get out while she can, but it's too late.
She's already in.
Mourning Gloria Reviews
"The entire book, I felt like I was there, with these characters, as they roamed the halls of Centennial High and Coralie’s Café. Katie is clearly talented at making her scenes clear and pristine without a doubt of what’s going on. It’s a talent I desire dearly in my own writing."
- Jayna Ostler, Author of 'Swallow', 'The Openers', 'Stereo', and 'Seven Cities' [FULL REVIEW]
"I’d like to believe (Michelle) was born with the talent of writing. I loved every single one of her characters. They all possess their own unique personality and they all add purpose to the plot. I feel Michelle’s writing really shined through character dialogue. "
- Ryan Jones, Author of 'The Defective' [FULL REVIEW]
"If I were to give life a tagline, it’d be, “Life: You’ll laugh and you’ll cry.” So if you’re looking for a book that perfectly illustrates what life is, Mourning Gloria is a great example."
- Ashton Widdison, Author of 'Out of Orbit' [FULL REVIEW]
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