“When the devil tells you to stop struggling, do you?”
From the moment Eden wakes up, she knows she’s not in Kansas anymore. She isn’t even on Mitch’s doorstep, Chastity’s favorite place to dump her off. No, she’s somewhere far worse. And far more sterile. Sometimes a girl needs to adapt, be flexible, change. And that’s exactly what Eden will do, all the way back to Mitch. No matter what she has to do to get there. Because his life depends on it.
Mitch has lost something he’d never thought he’d find to begin with. And “It’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all” is a lie. A lie people tell themselves to make the pain go away. But the pain doesn’t go away, not in someone like Mitch. It festers. It grows. Until it can’t be held back anymore, even by the bars of a cage.
*** Jekyll is a continuation of Mitch and Eden’s story and may prove confusing to those who haven’t read Book I.
This novel is also intended for adults, as it includes lots of cursing, biting sarcasm, and some truly evil people.