by CeeCee James
What could drive best friends apart?
Once Miranda, her little sister Cassie and Jason were inseparable—homeless teens standing together against the rest of the world. But those days are long gone. Unable to deal with the ghosts of her past any longer, Miranda abandons her life and everyone she knew, determined to carve a new identity. She thought nothing could make her go back, but when her beloved younger sister Cassie is in a car accident, she discovers she was wrong.
As Cassie fights for her life, Miranda has to try to pick up the pieces of the destruction she left. And face the inner turmoil she’d always tried to deny before it permanently destroys any chance for happiness.
Jason swears his friendship with her is ruined. But as Miranda and Jason worry about Cassie, they start to rediscover each other and learn how to forgive. But with so many scars separating them, how can they learn to trust each other again?
“THIS novel is the reason I read books. An absolute MUST read.”
“Beautiful and poignant story of friendship, survival, and the power of forgiveness.”
“My heart broke for all three of these characters.”
CIR: What did you enjoy most about writing this book?
JAMES: The story about overcoming strife is one that resonates with me. I lived it myself. Wrecked and Yours is a story about three homeless kids, and how they navigate life. As adults they reconnect, and it’s messy, like life often is. It’s their season to make a choice, look at life honestly and deal with it, or continue to run away. I absolutely loved writing it. I hope it resonates with the readers because we all have an important story of what we’ve overcome.