THE CONVERGENCE is a story of one girl’s search to understand herself and the realization of what makes her truly great.
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Ten days. Ten days of brutal analysis down and I wake up to the realization I’ve lost. Lost my faith, dignity, reason. After being chipped apart bit by bit, it’s gone. Maybe it was the memory of the flash flood, or the last Doren-supervised beating. Regardless, somewhere along the way I lost it all for a father I’ve never met.
Knocking on the door, Talbot enters. It’s something he’s done religiously ever since I mentioned how disconcerting his sudden appearances were. “Ready for more analysis?”
“Abuse.” The word slides off my tongue.
He glances at my tray of uneaten food and his eyes disappear under a hood of regret. “De—”
“Talbot, I’m…” My mouth forms around the word. With one word I could forget, could go home. That words braces itself inside, becoming impossible to say, if for no other reason than the fact I’ve come this far.
About Tenille Berezay
After living throughout the western U.S., Tenille now claims rural Northern Nevada as her home. If she’s not being consumed by a book—whether her own or another author’s—she’d like to be found horseback riding, backpacking with her high-school sweetheart/husband, or photographing their three beautiful children.
Tenille loves to read any genre with great, snarky dialogue. She believes in authentic characters, romantic sub-plots, and realistic, happy endings.
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