[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Home quarantine is nothing new. Nor is fear, paranoia and the peddling…
For seventeen year old Dylan McKay soccer has been his whole life, until the night all his dreams are shattered. One minute he is at a party, the next he wakes up in Intensive Care. His dad’s car is a wreck, his best friend Jake is in a coma and his parents blame Jessica for the crash. All Dylan wants is to know the truth and get back on the pitch as soon as he can. All Jessica wants is to make amends since its impossible to undo what is done. As the school trolls circle and parents take sides they secretly meet and forge a tentative bond but how can he possibly fall for the girl who supposedly ruined his life? While blame, anger and legal implications threaten to tear them apart there is a glimmer of hope. Perhaps soccer, love, and friendship can give Dylan and Jessica another shot at a brand new start.
Terri is a Sydney based writer lucky enough to live on the edge of a national park where the bird neighbours are rather noisy but the wallabies know how to keep quiet. Terri writes historical fiction featuring feisty female characters who wield a sword far better than a broom.