Mixed Emotions by Raquel Eldridge

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Raquel Eldridge
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Journey through the lives of Emily and Skylar Mathis. These two sisters are coming of age in a world that takes no prisoners and has no loyalties. A world where life's little trials and tribulations can change the course of your entire life in the blink of an eye. Emily is a small time beautician's assistant whose beauty school education is never put to use until an untimely incident puts her in the controller's chair. Using this to her advantage, she rises to the challenge and exceeds with unexpected grandeur. Her dedication to love leaves her hurt and at a loss. Skylar is beautiful, young, and innocent until fate throws her a life-altering curve ball she isn't ready to hit. Once a grocery store checkout clerk, she makes an unsuspecting change in careers, which lead to more decisions that not only affect her life, but also changes the course of the people's lives closest to her. She battles to reclaim her happiness, her stability, and her innocence.These young women, and their friends; Victoria, Meagan, Ginseng and Myeisha, evolve from their adolescence into glamorous adulthood. Their lives seem perfect to the world but dark secrets, bad circumstance and foolish choices cost them a lot more than they are willing to pay. In time, things are returned to some sense of normalcy, but at what price?


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