by Frankie J. Jones
After losing her job and girlfriend in the same day, Andrea (Andi) Kane goes home to San Antonio to rest and re-evaluate her life. But her relaxation is quickly disrupted when she receives a rather mysterious request from her grandmother.
Soon Andi’s travels take her to HiHo, a small town in South Texas. There she meets a host of colorful citizens, including the charming district attorney Janice Reed. As Andi struggles with rebuilding her life, she finds herself being drawn deeper into the rich and sometimes deadly mysteries of small town life.
GCLS Goldie Awards
For Every Season- Finalist, Best Lesbian Contemporary Romance.
Just About Write
August, 2006: For Every Season was a 2006 Golden Crown Literary Society Goldie Award finalist. In it, Jones has given us a charming, well-written tale that is both entertaining and mysterious. Not only will the reader want to find out if Andi's great-grandfather really did murder George Zucker, but she will also be sitting on the edge of her seat to find out if Andi ever really finds a job, a home and a life-long companion.
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