How do you know a risk is worth taking when you’ve tried before and faced nothing but painful and embarrassing failure?
In my latest book, Amid the Ashes, my lead characters are in their late forties, meaning they’ve been around the block a few times. Those trips have left dings and dents in their hearts.
Now next door neighbours, they clash over Johanna’s sassy cat, a feline who has a mind of its own.
When circumstances lead them to work together, how will Johanna and Gunnar see past their differences and recognize what could be?