For thirty years, Nadine Kingsley has kept a heart-wrenching secret. When a letter arrives threatening to reveal the truth that could destroy her tight-knit family, Nadine embarks on a difficult journey to explain her painful decision, especially to her youngest daughter, Autumn.
Meanwhile, Autumn Anderson, Speech Pathologist and mother of two, is struggling in her marriage. The discovery of a mysterious letter addressed to her mother disrupts her already complicated life, leading Autumn to question what she’s always believed.
When the unthinkable happens, Autumn digs deeper into her family’s past and unravels a tangled web of lies and deception surrounding her own birth. Meeting the one person her mother entrusted with her secret brings Autumn face to face with an unexpected and shocking revelation.
A Mother’s Choice is a fast-paced, uplifting, emotional read, full of family drama, love, hope, and forgiveness.Read More
Convicted felon Natalie Jones once gave her heart to Gage Merona. Now her heart belongs to eight-year-old Dash, the son Gage doesn’t know about. Determined to face the criminal charges against her, Natalie moves Dash across the country to meet his father for the first time.
Although Dash is Natalie’s whole world, her plan for redemption involves the heartbreaking task of leaving him with Gage. Will Natalie be able to forgive herself for what she must do? Will Dash?
And what happens when emotions between Natalie and Gage rekindle? How will Gage react when he learns the actual truth of what happened all those years ago?
“Perfect for fans of Karen Kingsbury and Diane Chamberlain.”Read More
Ruth Anne – the aunt
I should’ve told them what really happened that night, but how could I? My only goal was to find justice for my sister. Being honest would’ve destroyed everything I cared about—my marriage, my daughter, my niece. We’d all been through so much.
Besides, what difference would it have made? Eddie was guilty. I knew with every cell in my body that he was guilty.
I knew until I didn’t.
Brandy – the daughter
All my life I thought my father did it. Because I trusted my aunt who told me what happened that night, I thought justice had been served. Now, all these years later, I learn there’s been a mistake. I learn that my aunt’s testimony might have sent the wrong man to prison.
What am I supposed to do with that?
It’s not true, is it? My father isn’t actually innocent.
Is he?Read More