Synopsis: Rachel had never expected her life to turn out like this. Tim didn’t love her, didn’t even like her most of the time and all she had to show for a three year relationship was her daughter Alyssa. After a call from home Rachel packs up and leaves to be with her sick father.
Ray Mitchell was a goner as soon as Rachel fell into his path (Literally.) He had no idea about her past but he was determined to be in her future. Ray made Rachel feel again. He fell in love with Rachel and her daughter, throwing Rachel for a loop. Tim never treated her so precious and Alyssa was never in Tim’s thoughts. Ray was everything Tim wasn’t and couldn’t be. When a tragic accident turns everything upside down Rachel will have to keep herself together while handling her sister, her daughter and a new relationship. All while the old relationship comes back to the surface. When Tim comes to collect what he considers his will Rachel go back to being unloved and invisible just to get away from the pain. Available now!
Amy Cox is a twenty nine year old wife and mother of three. She was born and raised just outside St. Louis Missouri in Granite City, Illinois. After finding her own love story in real life; she lives happily married living in the beautiful mountains of Virginia. Having wrote stories and poetry all her life Amy was inspired to write of life and love; which lead to taking the leap of faith into self-publishing her work on Amazon.
Her first book, a novella called ‘Out of the Wreckage, was released in late February of 2013 and has sold well over a thousand copies and growing quickly. Changing Fate is her first full length novel and the first of the series. The second book of the series, Rekindled Fire, will be out late Fall 2013.
“There is something about love, the true kind of love that puts off such heat and emotion. It makes your stomach roll and your heart clench. It completely knocks your feet out from under you. That feeling where you don’t know whether to laugh, cry, or throw something. That is what I want to write about, what I want to capture; that is life. It is real.”