Escaping from one prison only to end up in a different kind of prison, Andrew finds himself in a dilemma that doesn't seem to have any easy answers. In order to share a happy life with Fiona, he must break free from the clutches of the secret society and the unwanted attentions of Fiona's father, Simon. Fiona finds herself growing up fast. In order to transition from a girl to a woman, she must commit to her own power and stand firmly in her own truth. Forced to decide between her father and her lover, she must face up to the truth about her father and make the one decision that may actually destroy her: stand by Andrew's side, matter what. It's a decision whose outcome may destroy them both.
Dermot is an Irish writer who splits his time between Ireland and the US. His creative work encompasses varied genres and styles with a special focus on human themes and characters transformed by life experience. He is a Gold Medalist Winner in the 2015 READER'S FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARD, a SOMERSET AWARDS FIRST PLACE WINNER 2013, a First Place Winner in the 2013 USA BEST BOOK AWARDS and a Finalist in the 2013 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS. As a playwright, Dermot is a recipient of the O.Z. Whitehead Award which was co-sponsored by Irish Pen and the Society of Irish Playwrights.