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Title: Devil Side
Author: Lacey Dailey
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About Devil Side:Unable to continue living on the path her father created for her, Gigi Moretti does something she’s never done before.
She takes a risk.
When musician Maxwell Mitchell waltzes into an old diner in the early morning up to his elbows in secrets, he offers Gigi the perfect escape from the future she’s never wanted.
It takes an over the top demand from her father and a shocking revelation from her fake fiancé to get her to pack her bags and ride shotgun on Max’s spontaneous tour across the country.
As she and Max grow closer, Gigi learns what it’s like to throw out her overbearing workload and be an actual 21-year-old. She quits her job, eats too many Cheetos, tosses out her pink wardrobe, and takes a job as Max’s manager.
She’s finally free, living her life free of her dad’s grip and falling in deep with the musician whose songs hold stories no one will ever uncover and whose past includes a secret hero named Aiden he credits for his survival.
The more time they spend together, the deeper they fall and the closer she gets to the truth. Despite the unknown, she’s happy. She has a job she enjoys, she’s making plans for a future she’s actually excited about, and she’s living with a boyfriend who adores her.
Everything is perfect.
And then she meets Aiden.
And it all changes.
Aiden and I have always been aware of each other. It isn’t always like that. Those who are split like us may not even know it. More times than not, they wake up with massive chunks missing from their memory. They suffer from blackouts. Me? I’ve always been aware of Aiden.
What I didn’t know was why Aiden was there. I didn’t know why I had him, just that I did, and that I liked him there. I liked being able to disappear and then reappear a little while later when everything was more manageable. It wasn’t until I was adopted and my parents started to ask questions did I realize that not every kid had an Aiden. The first clue I was split was the way I talked.
Can we have a peanut butter sandwich?
Our socks don’t fit.
We like the guitar.
Will you leave the lamp on for us?
My moms had no idea why I kept talking like there were two of me, and I had no idea why they didn’t get it. A few weeks after my adoption, they chalked it up to Aiden being an imaginary friend. That was the first clue I was different. From then on, I pledged to keep Aiden a secret. I think maybe I was afraid they’d try to fix me. Or take Aiden away. I didn’t want that. So, I changed the way I spoke. Fact was, it was impossible for me to function without Aiden.
After years of therapy and system mapping, I know now it’s impossible for Aiden to ever be taken away, and I know now not everybody is split. Actually, it’s pretty rare, and the majority of people wouldn’t get it if I explained it. Which I’ve never tried to do. Ever. I keep Aiden a secret because I don’t know how to explain why there’s two of us or why substantial portions of our childhood are missing from my memory and not his.
The switch last night happened fast. Much faster than it usually does. One minute I was standing in front of Gia and the next, Aiden’s fist was flying into her father’s face. After that, I was gone. Aiden takes care of problems. I willingly step back. The panic I feel watching fists fly and blood splatter is not worth it to stick around. The minute his fist made contact with somebody else’s face, I went black. I don’t know what happened after that. I resurfaced just in time to find hear Gia’s lips whisper Aiden’s name and watch Aiden take off before I was gone again, not wanting to see her walk away.
If there was a certain way I’d want Gia to find out I was split, that was not it.
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About Lacey Dailey:
Lacey Dailey is a full-time college student at Central Michigan University. She lives in Farwell, Michigan surrounded by her family. When she isn't in class, she is most likely teaching dance classes at the small dance studio she grew up in or making pizzas at her mother's pizzeria.
Lacey has been an avid reader since elementary school and will read a book any chance she can get. While she loves all types of books, romance will always be her favorite genre citing she is, "a sucker for a good love story."
Lacey's love for reading and romance was what inspired her to embark on the crazy adventure that was writing Extraordinary You, her debut novel released in 2017.
She loves feedback from all readers who took a chance on her novel. You can find her on Facebook or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org