Have you ever felt like you were different, like you didn't belong?
Kellie Kingston knows that feeling all too well. She's not who she pretends to be, instead from the inside out, Kellie is actually Kaleb.
For years, Kaleb has wanted to break free from the reins of Kellie's lifestyle. He knows he was born in a female's body, but with a soul of a man.
What happens when skeletons are forced to be kept in dirty closets? No one should judge a person by the gender of their body, but the passions found within their heart.
Will the people of Kaleb's community ever be able to accept him for who he really is?
Will Kaleb ever be free to truly love himself or will southern socialite secrets keep him hidden forever?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This story isn't perfect. AT ALL. But I had so many emotions from it. Ultimately, I loved the acceptance. And the trans family member. And the vindication of getting rid of abusive and toxic people from your life. The particular methods used...eh I wouldn't advise them but I understand why they were used for the situations in this story. I would definitely advise people to assess their own mental health and triggers before picking this book/story up.