Will Sarah ever be rid of all the twists and turns of the knife in her heart?
Sarah and Darren have lived in Brownsworth with their two beautiful twin daughters, Emily and Zoe for five years when Vicky starts to find the cracks that have started to show over the past two years.
After a discussion with Darren about her pregnancy and the meetings he was having with Barry and Vicky. Sarah goes to Bradley, her hometown to find solace and comfort with her old friends, she also found more than just friendship in an old school friend who had waited for her since primary school which more than pleased her with the way things were with her and Darren.It had also come as a surprise how he had sat waiting for her except for playing rugby. Darren wanted to join her on her visit to reconcile their differences.
Sarah’s heart breaking and she was unsure who was going to be the one to heal it for her Darren, or Marcus wanting to get close enough to show Sarah how long he waited for her and truly loved her also showing Darren that this time he wasn't giving her up without a fight as he had before with Harry and himself.
Vicky making her an enemy and Sarah couldn't understand what she had ever done wrong except be best friends with this Vixen. Sarah had begun to see her in a new light and kept the saying keep your friends close and your enemies closer,
The cruel twist of the ice cold sharp knife in Sarah’s heart had turned once again, who was going to win who was going to lose, even Sarah wasn’t sure, Vicky, Darren, Marcus or Sarah only time would tell.
Sarah wanted to be happy and so many friends want her to be. How far will her heart go to be happy again, she wasn't sure, she knew she was going to grab hold of it and keep it close when she did.
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