Piper George was outwardly content with her life as a children and preteen author and with her few good friends. But Piper had a secret that she kept close to her heart, periodically writing in her journal about it, and on those days Piper withdrew into herself. Then one afternoon, a new person entered Piper’s life. Edward Chesterfield moved in next door and immediately Piper was attracted to him.
Edward and Piper had one of those enviable friendships. They enjoyed the same things and could always count on each other. Eventually, their feelings for each …
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