Touch of a Woman

A workplace rampage leaves Ellis Rowanbury grieving her husband of twenty-six years and feeling more adrift than she ever thought possible. Her finances in shambles, she gratefully accepts a junior-level job at a magazine in Sacramento and wills herself to move on.

Summer Winslow has pieces of her own to pick up, pieces that were scattered when her partner began drinking again. Fighting pressure from all directions to patch things up, she finds a welcome break from the drama in Ellis, her mysterious new neighbor. Happy to have a friend on her side, Summer is caught off-guard when her feelings for Ellis take a romantic turn.

With the tragedy fading behind her, Ellis too entertains the possibility of romance. A handsome coworker is eager to fill the void in her heart, and it’s clear he can give her a life much like the one she lost. Only now she’s paralyzed by a stunning discovery—she’s fallen for a woman.

ISBN: 9781594934650e

3 Responses to “Touch of a Woman”

  1. Loved the book! The Beginning was stunning. Was wondering were will you go from there. Dawn was correct. I also enjoyed the mature characters. I can’t wait when a new book comes out, what ever I’m reading gets put aside until I finish yours. Thank you for another great story.

  2. Another great read from you! Thanks for sharing your stories with us and a good book beats tv any day of the week and this hit the mark. I loved the more mature characters and the little twist that I wasn’t expecting. Congrats on another well done book!


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