By Jessica Hawkins
Adorable Finn has his heart on the platter this time . After Sadie, he runs into a journal in Lait Noir and that leads him to Halston Fox. A girl , who has a bubble wrap enveloping around in her life , because she has too many triggers that cause catastrophes when left exposed. So she’s firmly esconsed in her safe environment of Daddy Dearest and Rich. Her vent is her journals and Finn accidentally opens the diary to read it and is hooked !
Line and sinker!
They both are in complicated stages of life, but their passion leads to pictures. Pictures lead to fame . And Fame seems to be their undoing
I loved Jessica’s take on Halston. She metamorphasised her into a person who sees herself for the first time and though her everyday struggle is hard to break her Dad and Rich and Finns love for that matter, she slowly learns to love herself.
There is no wrong kind of love. Only it’s projection !
Her Dad and Rich love her to protect her from herself. Finn loves her to bloom and find herself, see herself, put herself in the first place. He unleashes her sexual its , he encourages her self worth and strips her guilts bare.
What a remarkable story telling talent we have in jessica. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this finely nuanced emotions and stark steamy poetry.