Oct 12, 2012

New Women's Fiction: Things Remembered; Forgotten

Things Remembered
Things Remembered

Returning to her childhood home in the hills of Northern California, Karla Esterbrook can't refuse her ailing grandmother, Anna, who asks for help to settle her affairs.

Anna raised Karla and her younger sisters after their parents' death twenty years before. But from the beginning a clash of wills separated Karla and her grandmother, leaving them both bitter and angry. (book description)


If your old life vanished completely, should you try to get it back or create a whole new one? 

Forgotten is the story of a woman who returns home after being stranded for months in Africa by an earthquake only to find that everyone in her life believed she was dead and have moved on.  (book description)

I'm eager to read these two paperback novels from William Morrow,  released this month. 


Mason Canyon said...

Both books sound intriguing and have that 'what if' element. Looking forward to your reviews on these.

Thoughts in Progress

Suko said...

Fun post! Both sound like good reads.

Staci said...

Loving the synopsis of both of these!! thanks for highlighting them!

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