AFTER HER MARRIAGE ENDS MARGO RETURNS TO HER HOME TOWN TO FIND COMFORT–WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES THE COTTONWOOD LISA L.BORM

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May 27, 2018

Format: Kindle Edition
When Lightning Strikes the Cottonwoods by Lisa L Borm, is a wonderfully written tale of the struggle to overcome childhood abuse and trauma through connection and lasting friendships. Friendships that last through loss and separation only to rekindle the bonds later in life.
It is both a love story and a story of the importance of belonging.
Ms. Borm is not only an excellent writer but sees an insight that few go into the heart and soul of people. Both male and female characters are strong with a sense of presence rarely found in many of today’s books, even from the most successful and popular authors. Her writing style allows the reader to delve deeply into the hearts and minds of the characters, walk along with them all the while feeling their pain, confusion, hope, love, and mind.
One feels as if they live in this town, know these people intimately and can relate to them. It can make one long for a simpler life, without the hustle and bustle of the city.
When Lightning Strikes the Cottonwoods, is one of the best of literary adventures. It is reminiscent of books written by John Steinbeck, JD Salinger, William Faulkner, and Virginia Wolff. It is a rare book, and I’d happily place it on my shelf next to these other great novels.
Highly Recommended
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About karenwritesmurder

I am a writer, blogger and radio host. I love to read and my love of books has lead me down this path. People tell me I write like Janet Evanovich. I take that as a compliment as I love her Plum books. I feel like Stephanie and Laura could be best friends.
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One Response to AFTER HER MARRIAGE ENDS MARGO RETURNS TO HER HOME TOWN TO FIND COMFORT–WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES THE COTTONWOOD LISA L.BORM

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