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For 39-year-old Johnelle Morrissey, the American Dream is a successful career in medical technology, a stately home in historic Charleston, South Carolina, and happy times with the people she loves most—her husband Dwight, their teenage son Ian and her oldest friend Alice Choate. That dream shatters on an airport runway when her plane goes down, leaving her with only clouded memories of her former life.
Devastated by the tragedy, Alice teams with the family to help Johnelle recover. For hours on end Alice shares memories of the moments that formed their friendship over the years, but she holds back one secret—that she’s been in love with Johnelle for as long as she can remember.
Johnelle struggles to reassemble her past—college life, her wedding day and the joys of raising her son. Once her physical injuries heal, her family expects life to go back to the way it was. But the love she must have once felt for Dwight remains deeply shadowed, eclipsed by yearning for a new life…with Alice.
|Publication Date||November 15, 2013|
|Editor||Katherine V. Forrest|
|Cover Designer||Linda Callaghan|
GCLS Goldie Awards
Etched in Shadows — Finalist, Lesbian Contemporary Romance.
The Lesbian Reading Room
Well written, well edited, thoroughly enjoyable read... The loss of memory and feelings she once had gives Ms MacGregor the opportunity to show a woman before and after a life changing event, and to explore how starting from scratch as an adult might allow us to make different choices... Johnelle and Alice are strong characters, well drawn and developed.
Further Praise for KG MacGregor
"Readers have come to expect great reading material from a KG MacGregor novel..." - Frivolous Views
"Well-written, solid stories..." - Just About Write
"Winner, Romance! Winner, Romantic Intrigue!" - Lambda Literary Awards, Golden Crown Literary Society