The Bunny Trail is about two young, gender fluid individuals who become who they want to be in life by being able to see, accept, and support each other for who they really are.
Thou Wilt Go Now, Rabbit continues the story of Bunny and Michael and picks up where The Bunny Trail leaves off.
I Go With Thee concludes the trilogy.
The Bunny Trail (Book 1, Part I of our story): Michael’s Story chronicles Bunny’s summer visits with the Aceti family in Florence, Italy. Bastian is the youngest of the Aceti children, and Bunny meets Bastian when she is 4 and he is 13. When she cannot pronounce his real name, she chooses to call him Michael.
The Bunny Trail (Book 1, Part II of our story): Diarah’s Story begins where Bunny and Michael have to part for a while. Bunny relocates back to New York, and to reinvent herself, she changes her legal name to Diarah and starts a new “family” with those who need her as much as she needs them.
Thou Wilt Go Now, Rabbit (Book 2, Part III of our story): Michael and Diarah’s Story starts where Michael and Bunny reconnect. Realizing that they are stronger as a team, they choose to officially become family. It is then, with each other as support, that the two both discover who they really are and who they want to be.
I Go With Thee (Book 3, Part IV of our story): Bastian and Diarah/Bunny complete their journey and the series.
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR
The author believes that the series has a high level of authenticity, thanks to the input of their friends and consultants. Often, LGBTQ characters are secondary characters with loud, almost cartoonish, over-the-top characteristics. The two main characters in the book, based loosely on two real individuals, do not fit society’s norm but were able to succeed in life and reach a high level of self-actualization because of the sheer love and respect they showed each other.
In addition, the characters start off the book as children with the more teen-appropriate LGBTQ themes not discussed until later in the book. There was a method to this, as it was the author's desire for all young people to see themselves in the book, so they started the main characters out very young to ensure they didn’t neglect to include any age group.