"Writers everywhere talk about their muses. Those mythical beings that live in their heads, spit out ideas, and find amusement in a dripping wet author bursting from the shower to jot down the newest plot.
Alice Garden's muse has been with her since high school. They've written best-seller after best-seller, and things are smooth. But now something's wrong with Layne. Something that goes back to a year in high school when she didn't write a thing. And she has to find out what the problem is before her muse is gone for good.
Everyone deserves a happy ending. But not everyone gets it."
In all honesty, I could have gotten off my butt and finished this last year, but the world was not yet prepared for Layne's shenanigans.