It was easy to tell Jeremy was blind. It never occurred to me I was just as blind as he was. Not until it was nearly too late.
Cassie is used to looking out for herself. It’s been ten years since her mother died and she was put into foster care. When she meets Jeremy, she isn’t planning on making a friend. But he might be the one person who’s been dealt a rougher hand than she has. When Jeremy finally opens up his guarded past he makes her promise not to tell anyone. Now Cassie is left with a choice. Keep her promise and Betray the only friend she’s ever had.
Or don’t keep it, and betray herself.
–back cover of I’m on Your Side by Emily Vaughan
Someone recommended this book to me, and it sounded very interesting. I’d read about just about anything involving foster care, and the book I find are far and few between, so I was excited. About halfway in I realized that this was by an Indie author, and I got even more excited.
I definitely was not disappointed. This book was the type of book that is absolutely captivating.