It's My Heaven
Katie had always felt her life was mapped out for her. By the time she begins her first year at the University, however, she questions her prior decision to follow rather than compete with her 'perfect' older sister. She wants to break free and take her own path to adulthood. She's excited. She's scared. The possibilities seem endless. If only she can focus ... She begins to lose faith in herself until she meets Bryan, a friendly waiter at a local restaurant, who sees her in a way no one else has. All she can think about is Bryan - the way he looks, the sound of his voice, his scent, his touch. There is only one thing she knows for certain. But why is she resisting? Why is she so afraid? If only she can breathe ... She never thought life could be so painful...or so fulfilling. It's My Heaven acknowledges what is real in the lives of our youth. This novel neither promotes nor encourages the activities of the young people in it. While it does not condemn those who participate in such activities, it applauds those who choose to be independent.