Tracy Hewitt Meyer – A Life, Redefined

Seven years ago, Rowan Slone covered her baby brother Aidan’s lower body with a blanket. When he didn’t wake up the next morning, her parents accused Rowan of murder. You can imagine how this marked the youth of Rowan. In her teenage years, she developed anorexia and self-mutilation as coping mechanisms. Her dysfunctional family fell further apart, now her little sister, Trina is pregnant with two possible fathers, one of which hook up with Rowan as well.

Turbulent times in which all characters make radical choices with far-reaching consequences. Long-held secrets come to the surface, with sudden inside information from grandma. Will it be in time and restore the relationship between Mike Anderson invites and Rowan? Tracy Hewitt Meyer released a relatable, accessible YA work of fiction with A Life, Redefined.

About the author
Tracy Hewitt Meyer is an award-winning author of young adult fiction. She has a B.A. in English and a Master of Social Work, but her true passion lies in the reading and writing of books. Tracy lives in the mid-Atlantic region with her family, and spends far too much time lost in her daydreams.

I received a free copy from BHC Presss via Librarything Early Reviewers in exchange for my personal, unbiased review upon reading.