Rennillia

Rennillia

Book 1
Broken Bird Media
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Set in a small southern town, death, love, hurt, friendship and anger bond Rennillia Cantinelli, Scott Herterand, Emerson Roberts and Jackson Thomas while shaping the paths they will follow into adulthood.

After a six year separation from her friends, Ren returns to the Roberts' house to start over.
Caught between love, loyalty, friendship and restrained by obligations, these four discover the bond they formed long ago is not the only thing holding them together.

Rennillia 1:
Ren (Rennillia) makes bad decisions, she always has. After the death of her parents, she tried to lose herself in an unhealthy relationship. 

In a moment of clarity, she leaves. 

Still lost and without a home, she agrees to stay with her longtime friend Emerson. Emerson's love and compassion for her helps her through this difficult time. 

Rekindling a forgotten friendship with an old boyfriend, Jackson, Ren realizes how badly she hurt the people who cared about her the most. 

Ren's mind is set on her new path, until Hert, her oldest friend, steps back into her life. Caught up in feelings she never thought possible, she struggles between what she remembers and what is right in front of her now.

Adjusting to her new life, Ren is bombarded by one issue after another. Upon their return from the hospital, Ren feels that something is not quite right. No matter how much they try to convince her otherwise, the secrets keep piling up and there are not enough answers to satisfy her curiosity. 

Her relationship with Emerson starts to suffer and when she comes close to losing Jackson, she starts to question even more. On top of everything else, Hert and the office seem to be at center of it all. 
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About the author

Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, I now live in Brazoria, Texas with My Husband, Three Kids, Three Dogs and Two Cats. I wrote my first short story when I was in high school and instantly fell in love with writing. However, life sometimes gets in the way of aspirations and it wasn't until years later, when my life calmed down, I was able to start writing again. 

'For me, each new book I write or character I create feels like the first time and I find myself falling in love with writing all over again.'

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Publisher
Broken Bird Media
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Published on
Feb 24, 2017
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Pages
366
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / New Adult
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
Fiction / Sagas
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Set in a small southern town, death, love, hurt, friendship and anger bond Rennillia Cantinelli, Scott Herterand, Emerson Roberts and Jackson Thomas while shaping the paths they will follow into adulthood.

After a six year separation from her friends, Ren returns to the Roberts' house to start over.

Caught between love, loyalty, friendship and restrained by obligations, these four discover the bond they formed long ago is not the only thing holding them together.

Rennillia 2: 
Ren begrudgingly takes on the role of 'the right wife' trying to live up to everything she feels is expected of her. Focusing on the only relationship that should matter, when Emerson crosses a line in their friendship, she has no choice but to let him go. 

Confused by Emerson's actions and desperately trying to keep up appearances, she confides in Jackson. Less than sympathetic, Jackson doesn't agree with her decision to be a 'new and improved' Rennillia. 

She soon realizes, no matter how hard she tries to live up to everyone's expectations for her, she falls short. And when yet another tragedy occurs, things will never be the same. 

Caught between who she is and who she is supposed to be, Ren faces a harsh heartbreaking reality.

Struggling with doubt, Ren finds it hard to forgive. Conflicted and hurt, she searches for a way to get her life back on track. 

But when she comes face to face with the person responsible for her parent's death, a life changing secret is revealed and Ren finds herself questioning the decisions she has made.

The truth is simple. It's what comes after that makes things complicated.
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Augustus Carrick Caffrey V, that's what they named me. First, that's what they call me. Now, you might be wondering, being the fifth from a line of proud Irishmen, why I'm known by first. Well, I'm the first Augustus, in our family, to grace this world with blonde hair, not red. First born out of a set of twins, Wren, my sister, was born twenty minutes after. She's always been the stubborn one, takes after our dad. I was the first to talk and walk between us. I'm also the first out all five Augustus Caffrey's to go to college and have no plans to run the family's bar. That's really more my sister's thing, always has been. Told you, she takes after our dad. Anyway, the truth of it is, my cousin, Tansy, is the one who called me First, first and it stuck.

I sometimes wish she hadn't been the one to get it started. I can't help but think of her every time someone says my name. First cousins, only a few months apart, we grew up close. Our moms are sisters by adoption and they couldn't be more opposite from each other. While my mom is insanely in love with my dad, her mom is, last I heard, working on husband number seven. Don't get me wrong, my mom can get crazy when the situation calls for it, but Aunt Silvia is unstable in every aspect of her life. Tansy mostly stayed with our grandparents, but spent every summer with us. She and Wren never really got along, because my sister is mean as hell and has been for as long as I can remember. We bonded over books and joined forces against my sister's torments as often as possible. We were close, until we got a little too curious with each other one summer night and she ended up going to live with her dad in Michigan. 

Because, coincidentally, the girl who gave me my name, was also my first.
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