Raine Reynolds stands at the crossroads of despair and opportunity.
When the life you've built crumbles, and the past refuses to release its grip, sometimes, all you need is a fresh start—a new beginning that promises hope and redemption.
Once a successful author, Raine's life unraveled, sending her fleeing to the picturesque streets of Paris to escape the tormenting heartache that threatened to consume her. Yet, no matter how far she traveled, the pain remained her unwelcome companion.
Returning to bustling Atlanta as a senior VP for an ad agency, Raine is forced to confront a city steeped in memories she'd rather forget. But as life would have it, an old friend resurfaces, offering a glimmer of healing in the midst of her turmoil. Can she summon the courage to trust and love once more, to embark on a journey of resilience and redemption?
In a world where everyone yearns for the saving grace of love, Raine is no exception. Her story is a testament to the enduring human spirit, a reminder that a path to love can be found even in the face of the darkest storms.
- Inspiring contemporary fiction
- Stand-alone novel
- Includes discussion questions for book clubs
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About the Author
Marian L. Thomas is the acclaimed author of The Caged Butterfly, winner of the 2018 USA Best Book Award for Fiction: African American Fiction. She loves writing books that weave a narrative that touches the heart and soul, offering a gripping exploration of life's trials and the indomitable strength within us. Originally from Oak Park, Illinois, Marian resides in the vibrant vicinity of Atlanta, Georgia, alongside her loving husband.