Seven minutes in heaven awarded me seven years in hell.
I’ve admired Savannah Fontane since she whizzed down our street on her hot pink bike with rainbow tassels taped on the handlebars. I was in awe someone so small could ride without training wheels, I asked my mom to remove mine that same afternoon.
Savannah drew a rainbow heart on my cast the very next day.
From then, we were inseparable. I thought Savannah would heal the cracks my parent’s volatile relationship caused to my heart. Only now am I realizing she may fracture it beyond repair.
Author warning: this book has domestic violence situations that may be distressing for some readers. Due to content, it's only recommended to those over the age of eighteen years. The Way We Are/Were duet can be read away from the enigma series, however spoilers may occur.