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300 pages, Paperback
First published February 16, 2020
Morbid curiosity, youthful bravado and teenage love had joined the three of them, on a dusty stage in a church.
For some reason when Chloe chatted with Jess, a void cracked open and memories Chloe hadn't known were there slithered out, like lava laden with debris - the dusty stage at the youth theatre, a box with letters and a glass in it, and three shimmering candles.
'How did we forget?
'Don't people bury traumatic memories?'
'Maybe,' muses Ginger. 'But it's more like...I don't know. It's like the synopsis of a play. We just can't see the actual script.'
'I agree. I can see bits clearly...other stuff, not so much.'
'That's what I found the hardest,' admits Morgan, still golden gorgeous in the glow of the mirror lights. 'Never getting to say goodbye to anyone properly. But there are ways you can. Love lingers. It's still there, even if you're not.'