A woman finds herself bound to a chair following an argument with her long-term boyfriend. Left to her own devices, the woman must make peace with her own internal struggles before she is able to recognize that love and acceptance only come when she relinquishes her need for control.
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About the Author
K.J. Pierce is a jack of all trades. This, perhaps, makes her master of none, but her interests are varied enough she doesn’t mind. Her main goal in life is to understand the human condition, which she’s explored, in part, in Fractured: essays on love, friendship, and the nightmares in between, her eBook of Creative Nonfiction. She holds a BA in English Literature/Creative Writing from Agnes Scott College and a MLitt in The Gothic Imagination from the University of Stirling. K.J. currently lives in central Florida with her cat, Dorian Gray, who lives up to his name by striving to be the state’s most prolific lizard serial killer.