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Nice one. Indeed, the hammer scene is a hard one to read but, the showdown between the two boys was a long time coming. Again, the scene was organic, very authentic. I can't help but think that Scotty did exactly what he'd have done to the perpetrator way back on the day Beady was taken away.Overall, it's an authentic, gritty, well paced narrative. The protagonists feelings for each other develop organically, their connection is mental, physical and spiritual. I'm really holding out for a HEA cause these two have gone through so much in their young lives, they truly deserve a break, some respite. Any chance you'll write a sequel with Beady? Beady sounds like a girl I'd like to know more about.
Thank you Anon. Thus far no plans to write a book about Beady but you will see more of her and the other Tremont children in book 2