|About the Book|
For Stevie McGrath, it was all about the music. At least that’s what he kept telling himself for the last 28 years as he drank and drugged away the pain and memories of that trauma filled night. When the band told him to clean up his act or get out,MoreFor Stevie McGrath, it was all about the music. At least that’s what he kept telling himself for the last 28 years as he drank and drugged away the pain and memories of that trauma filled night. When the band told him to clean up his act or get out, he turned to the rooms of AA to help him get through. He thought he was going to be fine until he was forced to revisit those dark secrets. They should have left it alone.Christopher Adams had it all, the seven figure Wall Street career, the beautiful wife, two perfect kids and the tail wagging dog. The question was, why was he drinking it all away? Having gotten on the CEO of Squire Investments’ last nerve, Chris was given the choice of immediately entering The Serenity Surrender Center’s 30 day rehab program or of joining the ranks of the unemployed. He chose the former and lived to regret it.Sharon Cooper was an aspiring actress and model. The challenge of getting jobs and the pressure to maintain her perfect good looks, however, was starting to take its toll. She was acutely aware that her stress reduction method of drinking and taking pain meds certainly wasn’t helping that cause. At the urging of her good friend Stevie, she checked out a 12 Step meeting where she was told that there were caring, nonjudgmental folks just waiting to help support her. She had no idea what she was in for.All three of these lifelong friends had reached a crossroads in their lives and had no way of knowing that a harsh and brutal turning point would culminate at the same intersection. It was a tumultuous encounter in which only two would come out alive.