England 1694. Constantine Every is the daughter of pirate captain Henry Every until she finds herself a hostage of her father's greatest enemy, the infamous Thomas Tew. While on the hunt for her father, she endures months of torture and misery. Until, the Cabin Boy, Edmund Hemingway, appears. But whether or not anyone will make it out alive is a mystery. Winds are rough. Tides will turn. And the chilling Atlantic is unforgiving.
" I could never imagine how much pain you are going through, but it doesn't matter now.. because I will try to fix you. "
How could a brokenhearted boy, who can't seem to move on . .
. . and a hopeless romantic, whose only desire was seeing her unrequited love happy . .
fix each other . . when they were already broken themselves?
"A beautiful love story molded by two heartbroken people.. a masterpiece above all masterpieces."
Beware the ripples.
Beware the troubles held within.
Beware the troubles that come out
And no matter what you do:
DO NOT BEFRIEND ANY OF THEM!
New Poetry Collection for 2021!
I've been writing down some more sharp, short and sweet poetry during the third lockdown in England to help me cope with my depression. As always, thank you again for reading my writing and don't forget to leave a comment with feedback :)
Noëlla Amma Asante, a victim of betrayal by her best friend and the guy who claimed to love her. This painful experience made her vow to stay off love.
Would she change her mind when she meets Clyde Kwabena Thompson
Well, let's find out 🤔🤓🥰
This is a poem I wrote in 2015 right after dealing with a major heartbreak...one of many poems I wrote during that time. When my emotions are at peak intensity I tend to write poems instead of stories. I prefer to go with the flow vs being precise with rhyme...every poem I write comes from an organic rush of adrenaline and feeling.
A collection of poetry regarding all things beautiful and all things ugly.
Love is different to each. Each views it as a different inexpressible feeling. None can define it in a definite absolute correct form. But each lover has something in common; the inexplicable change. Why? You don't see the change with her smile? You don't see the change with his touch? It's you and only you who can yet, not understand it, but feel it more deeply than anybody, in your heart. Each beat is an ache which bleeds to live another day for 'them'.
Amara Scott is a a pretty and unique high school girl. she hasn't being in a relationship and crushes on Justin Peters, who doesn't want to show his feelings to her.
Justin Peters is a guy that was once heartbroken by his ex, and he stopped believing in love.
When everything seemed to be going well, an unexpected ex came.
Scan through the book and enjoy how Amara lived her love life.
"Can I kiss you, Justin?"
"What?" Justin faced me. I saw the bewildered look on his face.
"I want to kiss you." I watch him furrow his eyebrows.
"No, Amha. You're drunk."
Rejection. The pain of rejection hit my heart.
"I'm sorry, why would you want to kiss me anyway?" I mutter to myself.
"Amha, you don't know how badly I want to kiss you, but not like this."
"if you want to kiss me, then do it."
Justin doesn't say anything, but I concluded that as a yes. I slowly moved closer to him and placed my hand on his face. He was watching me emotionless.
In a land where corruption & evil deeds are obviously ignored, a creature, Heartfire appears and builds an empire to revenge what the evil leaders have snatched from her and the corrupt society as a whole. -They hated her more, blaming her for the problems in their land and failing to understand where the real danger originates. Everything was taken away from her except one precious blessing. So what more could she do but to fight savagely and let her inner emotions flow? Join Heartfire on her emotional journey as she eliminates the bad noblemen and learns more about controlling her inner self and finding out who she is.***************Also, "a self-awakening journey of a raging fire hearted person who has aggressively gone through betrayal from a precious somebody and critical discrimination from the community."