Evan is a survivor. Foster care, bullying, an abusive parent...Evan has faced it all. Only two things keep him sane: the love of his younger, autistic sister, and playing piano. At home, his sister makes living with an abusive mother tolerable. At school, he finds solace playing piano in secret, stolen moments. But when the abuse escalates, the foster care system intervenes and the worst thing Evan can think of happens: he and his sister are separated and the only path to being reunited involves major sacrifices. Evan faces his biggest challenge ever when he's forced to choose between his sister and his life's passion.
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About the Author
Marla Bowie writes books about teens. Her nine year's experience in Child Protective Services has given Marla a deep understanding of how amazing, inspiring, and resilient children and teens are. Nothing has influenced her writing, or her life more, except maybe her own children. She is the mother of a comedian, a future respiratory therapist, and a soldier. When not writing, Marla enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, doing all things artistic, and traveling. You can find out more about Marla and her work at www.marlabowie.com.