I Had to Leave

I HAD TO LEAVE is a story of love and heartbreak which will leave you asking yourself. How far would you go for love?
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Sixteen-year-old April Morgan has a good life. Despite her family not having much money, she is happy. All that changes after her father dies. When her boyfriend comes into the store with another girl on his arm, April snaps and attacks her. She is sent to a juvenile psychiatric hospital, where she develops a friendship with a felon named Cobra. Cobra will do anything to protect the people he loves. Whenever April gets herself into a difficult situation, Cobra is always there to help. He acts with good intentions, but does he take things too far? Can he ever win April’s heart?I HAD TO LEAVE is a story of love and heartbreak which will leave you asking yourself. How far would you go for love?

This book intrigued me from the first page. This is the author’s first book. April’s journey will have you cheering, crying, and profoundly thinking, about her life. The characters are very real. I hope there will be more books to come by this amazing author.

-- Jill Campbell

Donna Jean Picerno (Author)

Donna Jean Picerno is a former program manager for the State of NJ, Department of Human Services. She recently left the healthcare industry to pursue her dream of becoming a full-time author. Donna Jean currently resides in Shallotte, North Carolina with her husband, two children, and two dogs. When she is not writing, she can be found sitting on the beach with her nose in a book. Things on Donna Jean’s bucket list include writing a NY Bestseller, having one of her books made into a movie and bowling a perfect game.

I HAD TO LEAVE is a story of love and heartbreak which will leave you asking yourself. How far would you go for love?

Dear Reader, author’s recently published book “I Had to Leave” is now available on leading bookstores, get your copy now and help the author by writing a review of the book.
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