Thursday, September 29, 2011
Meghann Dontess is haunted by heartbreak. Twenty-seven years ago she was forced to make a terrible choice, one that cost her everything, including the love of her sister, Claire. Now, Meghann is a hotshot divorce attorney who doesn't believe in intimacy--until she meets the one man who can change her mind. Claire Cavenaugh has fallen in love for the first time in her life. As her wedding day approaches, she prepares to face her harsh, judgmental older sister. It is the first time they have been together in more than two decades. Over the course of a hot Pacific Northwest summer, these two women who believe they have nothing in common will try to become what they never were: a family.
Environmental activist AJ Palladino has her hands full when she is asked to leave for for a case at a nuclear power plant. Managing work and family life and battling her ex-father in law over custody of her son, she has challenges! There are many twists and turns and plenty of action to keep one reading and there is a real surprise at the end that you won't want to miss!
The book release is November 8, 2011.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Why is the novel usually considered a work of feminist literature?
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Tuesday, September 20, 2011
"Night Road" is a vivid, emotionally complex novel that raises profound questions about motherhood, loss, identity, and forgiveness. It is an exquisite, heartbreaking novel that speaks to women everywhere about the things that matter most. How do you feel about Jude blaming Lexi for the accident? Why do you think Lexi returned Zack's letters with out reading them first?