The First StonePaperback - 2004
REEF IS AN EMBITTERED YOUNG OFFENDER, hardly able to contain his anger at the world over the death of his grandmother, the only person who had shown him any love. Seventeen-year-old Leeza is mourning the death of her older sister. A stone hurled in rage shatters both their lives and throws them together in the most unexpected way--and offers them a chance at healing.
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Squeezing the rock in his clenched fist made Reef Kennedy feel powerful, as if he were in charge. Except the stone also made him angry, the pain of his grandmother’s death exploding through him. It was easy, then, to look down from the overpass and choose an anonymous target… Now Leeza Hemming’s world has also exploded, her body twisted and broken from the car crash that nearly killed her. Facing months of tortuous rehabilitation to cure her broken body and spirit, Leeza finds a friend in an unlikely hospital volunteer, a young man about her age who looks like he would rather be anywhere than in a hospital. Reaching out to one another in an unconscious need for healing, neither Leeza nor Reef can guess that their fragile bond is based on an act of cruelty and hate.
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