Book Review: Heavy Weather - A Carolina Coast Novel by Normandie Fischercategories: Book, Love, Abuse, Childlessness, Small Town South, Loss, Suspense, Children, Women's Fiction
Normandie Fischerabout this book: From award-winning author, Normandie Fischer, comes a story of heart: a love story of small-town folk who rally around each other in an imperfect world of violence and loss.
Hannah has a great life: her pottery studio and shop, a husband who loves her, a best friend coming home. Only, the best friend is pregnant, and so is another in their group. And Hannah remains childless.
Annie Mac thought she and her children were safe—but her estranged husband is back, and he wants his little girl. When Hannah discovers the boy, Ty, hiding his sister and their mama left for dead, she figures she has to help, especially when Annie Mac pleads for her to keep the children safe.
A Beaufort, NC, police lieutenant, Clay loves his single life and his waterfront home. His job is to find the madman, not join Hannah's coterie of do-gooders trying to house and protect this family. And it's totally inappropriate for that same family to rouse feelings in him that threaten to destroy his peace.
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One of the bestI've read all of Normandie Fischer's books, and she is one of the best authors I've discovered in the last few years. I loved both Becalmed and Sailing out of Darkness, and Heavy Weather did not disappoint. I love her fresh style and southern voice. [by Robin]
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