by KG MacGregor
Since assuming her late husband’s congressional seat, Glynn Wright has led a quiet life of devoted service and motherhood, earning a reputation as a dependable soldier in her party.
When her sixteen-year-old son Sebby tries to take his own life, Glynn is prepared to sacrifice everything to save him—including the revelation of her past relationships with women, a move that would likely mean the end of her political career and estrangement from her family.
One by one, Sebby’s secrets spill with devastating consequences for Glynn. Even Charlotte, Sebby’s psychiatrist, suffers from the fallout as her faith in Glynn—and the growing attraction they can’t resist—puts her at odds with her profession. Together, they search for the only thing that can save them—the truth about Glynn’s husband’s tragic death.
Family and courage have never meant as much as in Secrets So Deep, this gripping romantic story from KG MacGregor (Out of Love, Mulligan), whose entertaining novels examine the complexities of the human heart, and beyond.