|About the Book|
Is a story of self-discovery, the harsh reality of life and the bright hope of dreams for the future. Chelsea Carlton spent the last four years away at college in California with dreams of becoming a hit fashion designer, catering to the urbanMoreIs a story of self-discovery, the harsh reality of life and the bright hope of dreams for the future. Chelsea Carlton spent the last four years away at college in California with dreams of becoming a hit fashion designer, catering to the urban working girl. Unfortunately after years of dedication and hard work she finds out the hard way that making it in the fashion industry isn’t as easy as she thought it would be. Without even an entry level position to call her own she’s plucked from the life she’s dreamed of and brought back down to reality.Her hometown is small, much smaller than she remembered and the tree lined streets she once loved feel more like a barricade keeping her trapped. New Jersey is no place for a budding designer - she needs to be in New York or back out in California but after letting her inbox get full with rejection emails it seems like she’s stuck. She quickly finds out that the the problems she was able to escape start to resurface once she comes back home.She hasn’t heard from Chris, the guy who broke her heart, in almost a year but within days of moving home he’s back in her life. The memories of their summer romance that she thought she left in California come flooding back into focus. Their trips to the beach, nights spent under the stars and his sudden and definite dismissal of their relationship. She should jump at the chance to be with him again but is the risk of opening up old wounds worth the price of love? After a run in with a long-lost friend the right choice becomes even less clear for Chelsea and with a looming party to celebrate her collegiate achievements she isn’t left with a lot of time to decide.Chelsea’s life is full of uncertainty and suddenly she’s forced to confront her past and make decisions that will forever change her future. Can she ever really forget about what happened and move forward with Chris or is their relationship best if it stays a faint memory? Should she continue to fight for her dreams or accept that life isn’t going to be the way she imagined it? Staring down the crossroad of her life the biggest question she has to answer is, who am I?