A drunken mother makes childhood ugly. Jane runs away at sixteen, determined to leave her fraught upbringing in the rearview. Vowing never to return, she hitchhikes to California, right on time for the Summer of Love. Seventeen years later, she looks good on paper: married, grad school, sober, but her carefully constructed life is crumbling.
Archive for the Women’s Fiction Category
When Cici, Mavis and Roxy meet in Kindergarten, they have no way of knowing that thirty-five years later they will be praying over Cici’s broken body, sharing in Mavis’s joy when she finds her birth mother or holding Roxy together the day she buries her lover.
In the cold streets of Detroit, Kairo and Delano learns what it means to keep your Friends Close and your Enemies Closer. Kairo is financially irresponsible, dripped in the finest designer’s money could buy. Until one morning…
Alexa Drake spends her days working at the shipping yard, forced to take jobs on cargo freighters when they come up to pay the rent and secretly smuggle whatever for whomever in the seedy city of San Francisco
Lenore “Lennie” Porter’s life had not gone as she planned. The marriage she put her heart and soul into failed. The man she sacrificed so much for abandoned her. But Lennie refused to be broken… Free, a Novella is a short, clean read recounting one woman’s determination to not be broken by life or lose her identity.
Perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes’s, Me Before You, My Last Love Story is a heartbreakingly romantic tale about the complexities of trauma and whether love can right a wrong.
Laura Davis Hays, the author of Incarnation, succeeded to draw my mind and heart into the mysterious world of Atlantis while she designs a suspenseful visionary novel around the anticipation of the meeting between the two women.
Mothers like to think they know what’s best for their children. Kids being kids will do it their own way and make their own choices – Only to find out, if years later, that Mother was probably right.