Monday, August 09, 2010

Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye Releases Friday, August 13th!

I'm thrilled to announce the release of, Standing On The Edge Of Goobye, this friday, August 13th at White Rose Publishing

 Matt Stevens is finished with life. Grieving the death of his son, Matt withdraws from humanity, sequestering himself in a mountain cabin far from the reaches of anything human-anything that may remind him of the life he can no longer have...that is until Kate Alexander arrives on his doorstep and begins to strip away the bitterness he carries in his heart.

Running from an abusive ex-husband who tried to murder her, Kate Alexander's life is turned upside-down. Learning of her grandmother's death-the only woman who ever believed in her-is almost Kate's complete undoing, especially when the devastating news comes from a man so lacking in human emotion he may as well be a robot. Yet, Kate is drawn to Matt Stevens in a way she's never before experienced. Could there be more to this unlikely friend of her Grandmother's-something beyond the cold surface he presents to the world?

And be sure to read the first review from TRS:

This upcoming book by Ms. Mary Eason is a look into the lives of two tragic individuals. The characters were well developed. It was easy to fall in love with them and want to see them become a couple. However, this happily-ever-after had many rocky paths as they struggled through daily life. The other characters in this novel were believable and typically small-town people. They genuinely cared about each other. Ms. Eason did a great job of connecting her characters with the storyline.

This book gave a great story about the love of God and how He deals with people on a daily level. It gives great portrayal of how God’s love is shown through others. It is not, however, done in a preachy way. It’s realistic and a poignant book about tragedy, friendship, love and devotion.

I recommend this book to anyone who loves an unexpected, though quite emotional, ending. I expect great things to come of this book. Kudos, Ms. Eason!

Reviewer: Brenda Talley - TRS

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