Time is never on our side. It’s always selfishly working against us. When Sarah went missing, time slipped by with the blink of an eye, and the faster it passed, the faster I lost hope. Hope that she’d still be alive. Hope that she would come home safely. And it wasn’t until Officer Reed Parker knocked on my door that I thought it was finally over. But it’ll never be over. They found her body. She’s dead. But who took her? Who killed her? Was it the same set of eyes that stalked me in the night, lurking behind corners, between cars, and waiting? For what? To take me, next? When the people I love most start slipping away from me, fingers start pointing in different directions and I wonder who I can truly trust. That’s the thing about time, it’s infinite, but eventually you run out of it.


Somebody’s brought a gun to the hospital and he’s out for revenge. Kristie Webb finds herself face to face with the shooter and, in a struggle to survive, has to find a way to save those around her. When she wakes up a few days later in a hospital gown, she finds out the shooter has gone missing and nobody knows who he is. Not only does Kristie have to fight against the shadows with the issue of who to trust, she also has to struggle against her own inner demons and her post traumatic stress envelops her. She isolates herself and finds herself fantasizing about death.

This is a story about a young woman who has to learn to trust herself and those around her. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel: the love that flows between her and her partner, Gage. But will that light be enough to scare away the shadows of despair? Is that love enough to save her? Will she ever find out who brought the gun to the Pediatric ward, or will he slip away and never return again?


At nineteen years old, Emily had already been through enough trauma, but nothing could top the fear she endured in her own home. As Jake’s abuse continues to progress, Emily has to find her voice, or lose her life. How far can one teenage girl go without saying anything? Afterall, without her voice, who can save her?