When family is at stake, how important is the truth?
"I read this simply because it was recommended to me an I'm glad I did. I really liked how the author made the characters seem so real and just how the story progressed. I could feel the emotions of the people in the story and it drew me in." - Mike Maehl
"A Winter Storm is the first book that I have read in a while and it was a great jumping off point for me to get back into a regular reading routine. The characters were developed very well and at a quick pace allowing the reader to become emotionally invested in the characters' lives. At times it may seem that it is a little drawn out, but every word has it's place to keep the reader in love with Grace, the main character. The descent from the climax, however, is neat and anything but drawn out. The thing to remember about this book is that it is basically a true story. It is a subject that occurs every day all over the world and needs literature like this to bring it to light so people can view it from a perspective other than "just the past." - T. Ellis
"It was so well written with a thought provoking theme of child abuse. What happens when abuse goes unabated, and no one seems to care, but it doesn't go away and has to be dealt with and those involved forgiven."
"I sat down thinking "oh I want to start this book" about 4 hours later I had read the entire thing. I couldn't put it down. I went back and forth from laughing to mad to crying, anxiety and relief, love and hate and pretty much any emotion in between. This book was so well written that you can see yourself there watching the entire story unfold. It was so easy to read and so truthful and honest that it broke your heart and saved it all at the same time. It is a great book for anyone to read and I have recommended it to every friend and family member I have already! I can't wait for the next one!"
Great new writer! I hope there's more where this came from.