By Summer Kinard
By Summer Kinard
By Ana María González Puente
By G. Gretton
By Katie Ganshert
each morning, Carmen Hart pastes on her made-for-TV smile and proclaims the elements. She’s the Florida panhandle’s favourite meteorologist, married to everyone’s favourite highschool soccer trainer. They’re the perfect-looking couple, reside in a pleasant condominium, and attend church on Sundays. From the surface, she’s a lady who has all of it together. yet at the within, Carmen Hart struggles with doubt. She wonders if she made a mistake while she married her husband. She wonders if God is as robust as she as soon as believed. occasionally she wonders if He exists in any respect. After years of mystery losses and empty palms, she’s now not so definite anymore.
until eventually Carmen’s sister—seventeen yr outdated runaway, Gracie Fisher—steps in and alterations every thing. Gracie is stuck squatting at a boarded-up inn that belongs to Carmen’s aunt, and their mom is off on one other considered one of her benders, this means that Carmen has no different choice yet to take Gracie in. Is it attainable for God to use a damaged youngster and an deserted lodge to bring a woman’s religion and marriage back to life? Can half-sisters make one another whole?
By Nadia Lakhdari King
Éléonore, tiraillée entre ardour et raison, se voit offrir le monde par l’homme de ses rêves, mais à quel prix? Bien que tout semble aller pour le mieux, elle devra tout de même apprendre à jongler avec les nouveaux rôles que son destin lui conférera.
Ses amies de toujours, Allegra et Yasmina, demeureront à ses côtés, malgré les kilomètres qui les séparent. Débrouillardes et énergiques, les trois jeunes femmes surmonteront toutes les épreuves pour se construire une vie à leur image.
Ce deuxième tome de los angeles saga d’Éléonore nous plonge dans l. a. quête de soi que traverse tout adulte en devenir, en nous faisant voyager de Paris à big apple, en passant par Montréal!
By Nicole Sinclair
By John B. Dutton
Summer, 2002. unmarried, carefree Montreal waitress Sara meets an fascinating out-of-towner whom she calls B― in her quirky deepest magazine. They hang around. They get shut. He’s like nobody she’s ever met. in truth… there’s whatever very unusual approximately him, nearly as if he’s psychic. She probes deeper. He ultimately opens as much as her: he’s a genetic oddity with an additional feel received via a twist of evolutionary destiny. even if first and foremost skeptical, she quickly falls in love with him and starts off to think his story.
Shortly after Sara without notice turns into pregnant, B― unearths former pal is pressuring him to endure genetic checking out at a pseudo-governmental study lab open air Chicago. B― is tempted to move there. What if there are others like him? may well their unborn baby have an analogous “new sense”?
Suddenly, B― disappears with out a hint. Sara places her magazine on-line as a weblog within the determined desire that somebody, someplace may help her locate him. As her being pregnant progresses and the times become weeks, she is pressured to invite herself if whatever she is aware approximately him is actually real, and even if their son will ever recognize his father. understanding that the lab’s shady operatives are actually following her each stream, Sara starts off to worry for her personal defense. The suspense mounts as she wonders: is it me they’re after… or my baby?
Part magazine, half web publication, half e-mail chain, the hot experience is an surprisingly established page-turner with a different secret informed from the point of view of a fascinating woman character.
About the author
After graduating from movie college in London, England, John emigrated to Montreal in 1987, the place he nonetheless lives together with his childrens and their even more youthful goldfish. He spent over a decade as a track television director ahead of stepping into the advertisements as an award-winning copywriter for consumers comparable to Cirque du Soleil. John has written novels, brief tales, blogs, screenplays and a level play, and is at present writing a trilogy of younger grownup novels. John speaks 4 languages and has been married 3 times in 3 diversified nations in 3 diversified a long time. He for that reason likes the bizarre pint of Guinness. And he’s beautiful partial to the even pints too…
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