*AWARDED THE B.R.A.G. MEDALLION AWARD for literary fiction
After a fifteen-year absence, Carolyn Graves has returned to her childhood home following the death of her mother. With the purpose of settling her mother’s estate, Carolyn attempts to push past the emotions of their strained relationship - and her own anxiety issues - to quickly complete the process and be on her way. But as Carolyn begins to sort through her mother’s private documents, she discovers a disturbing history behind her mother’s early life. As a result, Carolyn learns the truth about her parent’s relationship and the secrets they have kept hidden for decades.
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The Sequel to Dancing at Midnight
Life was good for Sharon Peterson. Surrounded by loving parents, a devoted husband, and adoring children, her life was uneventful and complete. But her contentment is soon challenged when a mysterious young woman shows up at her doorstep, revealing the bittersweet truth of her existence. After a lifetime of secrets, Sharon is torn between her love for the family who raised her, and the family she never knew existed.