Violated and abused by hands that were meant to nurture her,
Frankie Edwards escaped the brutality of her childhood by getting married
She was seventeen.
Her husband Joe, a self-made millionaire, was almost three times her age.
A marriage in name only he protected Frankie the only way he knew how.
He gave her a home, a friendship and a family.
Five years later and Frankie’s husband is dead, leaving Frankie with a fortune in the bank and a target on her back.
Gold-digger. Slut. User.
Frankie has heard them all, but few know the actual truth about her marriage.
When Joe’s estranged son and his two best friends learn of Frankie’s existence tempers flare and sparks fly.
Attracted to all three, Frankie must navigate through unfamiliar waters in search of her happily ever after.
Lies. Manipulations. Deceit.
When Frankie is betrayed she finds herself at the mercy of the monsters from her past and this time they don’t want to break her.
They want to destroy her.
Authors note: Please be aware that I am a British writer, who writes about British characters whose stories take place in the UK. I use British spellings which some may find confusing. What can I say? We like our ‘U's’ and ‘S's. I also wear trousers as opposed to pants and I ride in lifts instead of elevators. I’m a rebel like that.
Trigger warning: This book deals with sensitive issues that some readers might find upsetting.
Rewriting Yesterday is not a conventional love story. It is a story about a young woman and the three men that fall for her. This book also contains adult language and situations so is recommended for those who are 18 years and over.