Something Worth Fighting For


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Prison didn't break him but life nearly did.

When an innocent man is released from prison he needs to rebuild his life. For Daniel Denham, that's easier said than done. Until he meets artist Callie Lester in her house by the sea.

After spending two years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Daniel Denham returns to a life he no longer recognises. Haunted by the things he did to survive, he holes up in his basement apartment and keeps the world at bay. Until the day he makes a call that might just change everything.

For portrait artist Callie Lester, life is good. Or so it seems. And then her mother, Daniel's lawyer, announces she's invited him to stay. He's a man with problems, a man accused of rape, but one look at the hope in his eyes and Callie knows she can't turn him away.

The moment Daniel walks into the house by the sea he knows it's a place where he can begin to get his life back together. A place where he can heal. But things are never that simple. Rumours to some people are truth and facing the outside world and all its judgements is the hardest thing of all. Daniel comes out of prison a changed man, unsure of who he is, but as he and Callie grow closer, Daniel is surprised to discover he's not the only one with ghosts from the past that need laying to rest...

A long and in depth character-based novel of 140,000 Words

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