!IMPORTANT! As flattered as I am by those who enjoy this series, I have no intention of finishing it. This project needs some serious editing before I even consider continuing it, but I feel the plot is degenerate and my writing is far too purple. Please do not critique etc. - I am keeping it here for sentimentality's sake rather than for the reads :) I am currently underway with my new book, Wordsmith, which I will post once I have finished it to avoid something like this happening again. If you want to check out my writing, have a look at my short stories or wait for Wordsmith, which, I can promise you, is shaping up to be a very good read. It is a psychological thriller/romance/fantasy which chronicles the life of Sophia, an unstable, failing author, as she enters the world of her characters and finds it contrary to everything she had intended it to be... "When you love someone, can you truly ever let them go?" 5 years ago, Cash lost her. He lost Melody's sweet smile; the twinkle in her eyes; the soft kisses on her lips. The cataclysmic fire that claimed Melody's life claimed Cash's too. Friendships dissipating, his life revolved around work and sleep. Given a final chance at rediscovering love, will Cash succeed? Or is his fall from grace too unduly cardinal to learn to love again?