Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.
Twenty years ago, Aniston Kline learned that childhood rhyme wasn't true after being bullied in junior high. Now a newspaper reporter, Aniston returns to her hometown-a place she thought she would never return to-prepared to write an article about a boy's story that echoes her past. Aniston wants nothing more than to slip in and out of Savanna Shores unseen and unrecognized by anyone who might still remember her; however, a brutal snowstorm ushers her into town and leaves her stranded in a snowstorm with her high school crush, Arjay.
Arjay Mason was once the handsome quarterback of the high school football team. Now a police officer in Savanna Shores, he has yet to find lasting love. He realizes he already missed one opportunity with Aniston and doesn't want her to leave again-but how could she stay in a town that once caused her pain?
As Aniston faces her own demons from her past and sifts through old emotions with Arjay, the fate of a teenage girl named Maddie becomes intricately intertwined with the two adults' to reveal a much grander plan for everyone involved. While it seemed like it was just coincidence that brought together Aniston and Arjay, the two begin to understand there's a reason they were brought together again . . .
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About the Author
Andrea Rodgers is a graduate of Iowa State University with a degree in journalism and mass communication. She worked in the television and radio industry prior to being a stay at home mom, but her life-long dream was to be an author. A few months after her oldest child started kindergarten, she wrote her first published novel, The 20th Christmas. Her second book, Caged Dove, follows one year later. Andrea lives near Des Moines with her husband, son, and daughter.
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At RemedyLIVE we see bullying as nothing more than terrorism. As a trend, it causes fear, self-doubt and violent torment while recruiting some to join the cycle of destruction to hurt those around them. A Caged Dove reminds us all to love well and oppose this danger to human dignity. - Rev. Clinton Faupel, Cofounder & Executive Director, RemedyLIVE.com
At RemedyLIVE we see bullying as nothing more than terrorism. As a trend, it causes fear, self-doubt and violent torment while recruiting some to join the cycle of destruction to hurt those around them. A Caged Dove reminds us all to love well and oppose this danger to human dignity.