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304 pages, Hardcover
First published June 18, 2013
The weight of the world crumbled across my shoulders, down my arms. Sunshine smothered the ebony darkness, liberating me from an emotional prison. Spouting off poetry again, I should start taking estrogen pills to rush along my transformation.
Yes, I could admit it. I had fallen into that elusive emotional vat called love. It oozed into every pore, every cell of my battered body. It coated me in the purity of the moonlight orbiting my world. I had no frigging clue love turned people into poets. I needed to do some He-Man stuff to get my testosterone back.
“Tara edged my darkness with sunshine, warming the wintry, lonely muck of my innards.”