What would you do if you woke up one morning to find the world you took for granted was gone?
It’s a beautiful sunny day when Cass wakes up to find herself alone. It should be just a normal day – there’s a beach to enjoy with family and friends and the summer is at it’s height. Except today is not a normal day. Today there is no one around. In fact, the only living creatures Cass can see are birds. And a horse. Where is everyone?
As Cass struggles to find other survivors in this strange new world where nature is taking back the land, she discovers that being alone might not be the worst thing. It depends on who or what else is out there...
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: To those of you for whom this matters: this book contains non-graphic scenes of lesbian intimacy. It also contains similar, heterosexual scenes. Consider yourself informed.
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