I am putting the finishing touches on my book, Ellie’s Fate, set to release next month. This is the final book in my Love and Friendship trilogy.
The first book was my debut novel and the end of this series has made me quite emotional. I hope those who are waiting to hear the conclusion of Ellie’s and Cassie’s story will find it worthwhile. I know I will miss writing about these two best friends.
Excuse me while I grab some tissues 🤧
An excerpt from Ellie’s Fate:
My whole life shifted when Ellie died.
Eleanor James. Ellie. My best friend.
She was someone I knew better than even myself… or so I thought.
Ellie’s life was cut short. Ravaged by her addiction to drugs, and perhaps, also by her addiction to fame.
Her death felt like a waking nightmare. I wish it was something I could wake up from, but I couldn’t escape it.
Not even when I tried.
Lachesis, one of the three fates, said there was a way to save Ellie. Out of the three conditions she set, I am only one part of that puzzle.
For her tragic life to turn around, Ellie would need my support. But she would also need to feel her parent’s love, and be reunited with her true love.
I don’t even know who that person is.
Ellie has one last chance at life.
How could all of this be done in a single lifetime, when it wasn’t possible in a thousand?
Will I see her die again? Or will the fates align to give Ellie a future less grim than the ones I witnessed?
I don’t know all the secrets she kept from me.
I won’t remember much of our past lives.
Can I even save my best friend? Or is it too much to hope?