Friends to Lovers
Fade to Black (sex scenes are mostly implied and use euphemistic language)
Teacher / Professor
Campground / Summer Camp
Concert / Perfomance
Small Town / Rural
Sexual / Gender Identity:
Black / African American
Love Through the Shadows
By D. L. O'Neil
Hate and fear sometimes lead to second chances.
Ever wonder where hate comes from? From small slights or from deeply held beliefs? And what happens when hate runs headlong into the strongest emotion there is…love?
Fieldston, a sleepy town in eastern Pennsylvania, is gearing up to host a women’s music festival when a rash of petty crime and vandalism strike. When young women begin to disappear, something has to be done to keep locals and visitors safe. D’Shea Sinclair and women from the festival set out to unravel the mystery, discovering that there is more to Fieldston than a surface glance reveals. As the group uncovers and works to foil a dangerous plan, Sinclair finds herself presented with a second chance at love. If only she is brave enough to take the first step.
Set in 2018, this fictional tale explores the concepts of love and hate, the influence of national politics, and the power of a community coming together for the common good.