Cherry Orphan--a tantalizing coming of age journey across a young boy's threshold of discovery.
Try to imagine that young boy: an only child who has never held a girl's hand, never stolen a kiss, or even spoken with a girl for any length of time.
When his parents die suddenly in a violent car crash at the end of his school year, James is on his own. More than alone, he is left staring at a gaping hole in his human experience. He is about to take the ride of his life.
His is a story filled with emotion and discovery, as a cloistered young man is suddenly catapulted from a vile sexless environment, imposed by an old-world boarding school, into the real world. A world he could never envision in a thousand lifetimes.
Introverted and scared of female company, James has no idea how to behave and oblivious of how attractive he is to the opposite sex.
Now imagine Calley.
Her looks are a heartbeat away from a heart attack and to be sure a girl up for any dare. Too much for most, let alone a pubic freshman who redefines virginal. And when James meets cousin Calley for the first time a new journey begins in all its heart-rending detail.
Add to the mix sister Calley's Sonia, and two wealthy estranged parents living in luxury, it becomes a recipe for adventure that will taste rare. A sweet and sour dish impossible to set aside.
From west of London to the extravagance of Pebble Beach California, let Cherry Orphan sweep you away to a place of opulence, privilege and emotional overload.
Dare to take the journey with him--feel the pleasure and pain of it all.