‘Invisible As Air’ Takes A Hard Look At Opioid Addiction [REVIEW]

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A desperate housewife learns to deal with life her own way. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A loving mother. A painful memory. A little cheat. Will her method of dealing with the past be her saving grace or become her private hell? Find out in Zoe Fishman’s insightful new drama, Invisible As Air.  Read more of this post

In ‘The Accidentals,’ One Family’s Dark History Won’t Stay Buried [REVIEW]

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Like migratory birds blown off course, sometimes life “jumps the track and crashes.” (Photo courtesy Canva)

A mother who dreams of something more. Two daughters who must live with a terrible secret. The fateful decision that fractures all of their lives for decades to come. In Minrose Gwin’s The Accidentals, one family must carve its way through sixty years of history in the deep South. Read more of this post

Violence and Terror are the ‘Under Currents’ that Test One Family’s Courage in Nora Roberts’ Latest [REVIEW]

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Families can be our worst enemies… and our saving grace. (Photo by Canva)

Meet the perfect family. A successful career. An enviable home. Two doting parents. Two talented children. There’s just one problem. Behind closed doors there lurks a monster waiting to get out. What does it take to survive when no one believes the horror? Find out in Nora Roberts’ new novel, Under Currents.  Read more of this post

‘Summer On Moonlight Bay’ Makes Us Believe in Love and New Beginnings [REVIEW]

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Two animal lovers meet in the small town of Magnolia Harbor. But will love keep them there? (Photo by Canva)

He’s a veterinarian who couldn’t wait to escape small town life. She’s a Navy veteran who wants to put down roots. When an injured puppy brings them together, will they be able to overcome their doubts and make a life together in picturesque Magnolia Harbor? Find out in Hope Ramsay’s heartwarming new novel, Summer on Moonlight Bay. Read more of this post

Pack Up the Car and Keep an Eye on ‘The Desert Sky Before Us’ [REVIEW]

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Following their mother’s death, two sisters must take a road trip cross country in Anne Valente’s The Desert Sky Before Us. (Photo by Flickr on Pexels.com)

Estranged sisters. One with a penchant for speed. Another with a track record that landed her in prison. As different as they are, what will it take to break down the walls which divide them and make them a family again? Find out in Anne Valente’s new literary family drama, The Desert Sky Before Us. 
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