Livia Andersen was a woman who held her family together with a quiet smile and an iron will. It’s only been a few months since her death and the four children she leaves behind grapple with the shifting changes in their lives now that she’s gone. But they are not alone in their grief. And now secrets she kept carefully guarded for years are about to be revealed. Noah Andersen understands responsibility. As the oldest of Livia Andersen’s four children he has always believed it fell on him to keep the family strong. To keep it together. Unlike his parents long marriage his own personal life has been fraught with mistakes and poor judgment. He’s spent the last dozen years changing that.Now, months after their mother’s death, Noah is taking some much needed time away to visit his youngest sister, Claire. During his visit he hopes to learn some of the answers to the remaining questions he has about his brother-in-law’s dubious activities during the last year of his mother’s life. What he doesn’t know is that Claire has reasons of her own for wanting him to visit. She’d made a promise to their mother that she’s still grappling with and would give anything to spare her brother what’s to come.The Andersen Saga is a story of family. It is a story about joy and loss, hope and sorrow, betrayal and regrets, unconditional forgiveness, high expectations, and unwavering loyalty. It reminds that at the heart of who we are is the family we come from, the family who stands behind and beside us and at times against us. And who we become isn’t just a result of those still with us but those too that we’ve lost along the way. It is about the twist and turns every family deals with, the conflicts from within, and the never ending desire for acceptance and respect.Remember is the seventh book in the ongoing Andersen Family Saga. Other books in the Andersen Family Saga include Betrayal, Resolute, Broken, Found, Choices, and Regrets.The Andersen Family Saga is a series of novellas, classified by Amazon as Short Reads. If you love sitting down with a novella style book you will enjoy the Andersen Family Saga series. These books fall between the forty-five minute to two hours reading time category of Amazon “Short Reads.”
Megan Callahan is a hard case. She relishes in her success as New Orleans’ top criminal attorney and distances herself from questions of morality. Those lines were brutally breached in her past; now they have all but disappeared. But from behind a cast-iron persona, she struggles through loneliness, silently fighting her demons, while pursuing love in unconventional ways. She keeps her secrets to herself, walls up and untouchable, her personal life remains a contentious mystery.Detective Albert Harris has seen more than his share of crime over his distinguished career with the NOPD. But four years ago, injustice became personal. Harris blames the system, he blames attorneys, but mostly he blames himself. Still, he marshals on, searching for answers and accepting no compromises, particularly when it comes to raising his grandchild, Kyle. Harris’ Christian ideals have crashed against his own walls and separated him from Kyle, whose feminine behaviors Harris can no longer discipline away. Harris’ probing has stopped, frozen in the fear of what he may discover.However, when Megan’s aggressive courtroom tactics send her across Harris’ justice line, she becomes first an enemy, and then his responsibility. Her quest for true love leads to a bloody betrayal that will shake both Megan and Harris’ polarized worlds. The line between personal and professional lives blurs as Megan faces demons she thought she had banished and Harris confronts fears he never knew he had. The truth he seeks, and the truth that seeks him, is buried deep within her wounded heart. With Megan trapped in a whirlpool of fear, compassion trumps bitterness as Harris becomes a lifeline of hope. Their relationship carries the keys to transformation, and with emotions spilling over the boundaries, Harris’ greatest challenge is revealed. It’s the most important case of his life—Kyle and Harris’ own conflicted heart.
Meredith St. Claire, former star of the television situation comedy Pots of Luck, has come to Fallow Park on its fifteenth anniversary. She and a film crew are preparing a documentary to mark the occasion. As she and the filmmakers interview the staff and residents, we are confronted with how badly the park has deteriorated and how difficult life has become for the last GLBT people in the United States. Unknown to the park officials and her film crew, Meredith has a secret son, now in his forties and living at the park. Her object is to use the documentary as a cover for her plan to help him escape. Her efforts are complicated by the park’s bombastic, self-absorbed director and an undercover vigilante who has his own sense of justice.
Great things come in small packages, but in this case, great evil comes in the tiny package of 94 pound Delilah Ortiz. Her husband dies as they are smuggled into the United States while she is pregnant. These struggles, coupled with a sinister and diabolical nature, sculpt a fierce and evil strength to be reckoned with. When she derives a plan there is no stopping her. And this maid always has a plan! Her employers, Bryan and Mallory Reynolds have a remarkable ten-year old son, Declan. Delilah also has a ten-year old son, Jessie, but that is the only entity the maid and the Reynolds have in common. Her employers have been good to her, providing for her and her son and Mallory made it possible for her to become a legal citizen. But that’s not enough for Delilah. What the angry maid aspires to will profoundly change the lives of the Reynolds family, and for her and her son, Jessie. You will want to see what she has up her sleeve, her pink and zebra cuffed, latex, cleaning glove sleeve, that is!