The Other Side of the Fence by Edward's Eternal
He hides to protect those he loves, she hides because that is all she knows. Isolation is a way of life for both of them. Two neighbours. All that separates them is a fence. Who knows what waits on the other side? Can they be strong enough to find out? Rated: Fiction M
Reviewed by: CutestKidsMom
It is a story about chance, trust and ultimately blind love. EdwardsEternal paints a beautiful picture of two people who build a relationship without seeing each other,willingly, due to the fact that they are separated by a large fence. They are neighbors and their entire relationship is based on what each of them tell each other. Bella aka Chefgirl (dubbed by our very own Edward) takes pity on the man who can't cook to save his life by preparing him meals. They laugh and talk to each other as they share their meals all the while never seeing what the other looks like.
Fenceward (dubbed by EdwardEternal) happens to be an IT wiz and in turn helps Bella with her computer. He even gets her a cellphone and you can't help but laugh at their witty banter, text messages and just plain carefree conversations.
He introduces himself as Anthony and not Edward. His back story is unclear but their is a looming darkness there that we only know about by the fact that he wakes from nightmares.
Bella also has a terrifying and heart wrenching past. Verbally abused by her brother and father her whole life, Bella has minimal confidence in herself and believes herself to be more of a hindrance on the human race than anything else.
Anthony does not see this to be true. He falls for the silent angel and through his own strength pulls her into his own heart. It is truly a love story of epic proportions written and delivered to us through the brilliance of a writer who is dedicated to the realism and art of storytelling.
You become so invested on this blind trusting love that when they do meet you gasp and cry right along with chefgirl. EdwardsEternal doesn't hold back when she writes these characters. With each passing chapter you get sucked into the who's what's and why's of this magnificent plot.
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