Off Season

Womens Fiction

Author: Anne Rivers Siddons

Acclaimed novelist Anne Rivers Siddons’s new novel is a stunning tale of love and loss.,,For as long as she can remember, they were Cam and Lilly–happily married, totally in love with each other, parents of a beautiful family, and partners in life. Then, after decades of marriage, it ended as every great love story does…in loss. After Cam’s death, Lilly takes a lone road….Read More

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