The hardest part of growing up, is learning you are worth more.
2014 IRAE Sweetest Romance winning series is now in one set.
In the annals of dysfunctional families, the Chisholm's are working their way to the top. Drug abuse, an unwed mother with multiple fathers, and the questionable cash flow for the 'pretty one'. All this from a seemingly normal, two parent middle class family. But were the choices truly made of their free will?
Bad choices are a Chisholm family trait, one that confounds the youngest child, Ellie, who's trying to separate herself by making smart decisions. And falling for Oscar Jeffreys, the hottest guy at school, would be number one on the list of Chisholm family disasters.
There comes a time in everyone's life when they must put aside their childish ways. In the past year, Ellie Chisholm has fallen into the security of her relationship with Oscar Jeffreys, emerging with a stronger sense of herself. But now Ellie's mother has started inserting herself into Ellie's life, treating her as if she were a child even though Ellie has begun to make very adult decisions for her future.
Can Ellie maintain her sanity while walking the last steps as a child?
Not Even Death
In one tragic moment, Ellie Jeffreys' perfect life ended and the devastation of losing the only man she believed she could ever love and their beautiful child causes the hopeless resignation that life shall never again be worth living.
Dr. Luke Page's inability to save Ellie's husband and son has him hoping to recover her crumbling mind and show her love does still exist in the world.
Will Luke's love be enough to rise to the challenge of protecting her? Or will Oscar's become like a phoenix letting not even mortality stand its way?
"No one ever said carrying demon spawn would be easy…" Ellie Jeffreys is unsure of when or where she woke up, but one thing is certain—she's not alone.
Now unsure if the nightmare of Luke Page will consume her and finally allow Gaap to destroy the family she's created, she discovers the only way forward is to move on from the past and accept her place in an ancient prophecy.