Gentle suspense. Tortured heroes. Mischievous heroines.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

"One of the better ones!" says Lois Brinkman


In SOMETHING ABOUT SAM, author Susette Williams exposes the truth of how miscommunication can drive a wedge between couples and alter the course of their future together. A good read for couples about to embark on marriage or those who need a gentle reminder to talk things out while there's still time. --Diann Hunt, Author of Petals of Promise in the anthology THE BOUQUET

SOMETHING ABOUT SAM is a delightful, gentle romance, whose plot complications resemble an ornate minuet, or, more appropriately, an especially involved square dance. The reader will, by turns, chuckle, groan and sigh until the satisfying ending. --Ellen Edwards Kennedy, author of IRREGARDLESS OF MURDER

Have you ever felt the loss of a loved one? It sometimes takes a while to get back on track again. Have you ever had a mix-up on relations with other people? Does your face get red when you say the wrong thing? Do you ever get irritated when things don't go your way? If these questions bring a wrinkle to your nose, then I recommend that your read SOMETHING ABOUT SAM, written by Susette Williams. Your interest will be held by all the problems and solutions in this exciting book. --Reviewed by Bill Schlegl, author of BIBLE FIRSTS, CPH

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