Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Spotlight and Giveaway: Where We Fall

Where We Fall by Rochelle B. Weinstein was published last week and we're pleased to share more about it here! Thanks to Goldberg McDuffie, we have FIVE copies for some lucky readers in the US and/or Canada!

By all accounts, Abby Holden has it all. She’s the mother of a beautiful teenager and the wife of a beloved high school football coach. And all it took to achieve her charmed life was her greatest act of betrayal.

Coach Ryan can coax his team to victory, but he can’t seem to make his wife, Abby, happy. Her struggles with depression have marred their marriage and taken a toll on their daughter, Juliana. Although this isn’t the life he’s dreamed of, he’s determined to heal the rifts in his family.

Chasing waterfalls and documenting their beauty has led photographer Lauren Sheppard all around the world. Now it has brought her back home to the mountains of North Carolina—back to the scene of her devastating heartbreak.

For the first time in seventeen years, a trio of once-inseparable friends find themselves confronting past loves, hurts, and the rapid rush of a current that still pulls them together...


Rochelle B. Weinstein is an author, speaker, and former entertainment industry executive. Her two previous novels include What We Leave Behind, which explores the poignancy of love and the human condition and The Mourning After, a moving story of hope and resiliency. She lives in Miami, Florida with her husband and twin sons. Visit Rochelle at her website, Facebook, and Twitter.



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22 comments:

Janine said...

I barely remember 1999. But one thing I do remember is it was when my first marriage fell apart.

Burma Turner said...

I remember being at a New Years Eve party and 1999 by Prince was played over and over! :)

susieqlaw said...
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susieqlaw said...

Graduated!!!

Anonymous said...

vera wilson said

We brought the house I live in now. Hard to believe it was that many years ago.

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L Bryant said...

In 1999 I was anticipating the birth of my second child. He was born on 1/29/2000.

Tatum Rangel said...

In 1999, I had a boyfriend for the first time. I was 17.

Bonnie Franks said...

One of my granddaughters was born, and I realized I was still young. (I had 8 grandchildren at that point)

Suburban prep said...

In Sept of 1999 I had been married just a few months and I developed a rather large blood clot and had to stop working at the place where I had been for 15 years. It was too far of a drive for me. I found work for a bit someplace else. It was also the year I became an aunt for the first time.

traveler said...

My mother died suddenly and my life completely changed. It has been difficult to get over this devastating event but I have managed to live each day and appreciate life anew.

Shelby N. said...

In 1999 I was completely obsessed with The Backstreet Boys. My sister and I were totally in love with them and got to go to a concert.

Rita said...

Two songs I liked from 1999 were From This Moment On by Shania Twain and I Need To Know by Marc Anthony.

Linda Kish said...

Not much happened in 1999. I spent most of my time trying to get my son to go to school that year. He preferred to stay home and be truant. It wasn't a good year. But the next yer was much better...new school and better attitude.

Bonnie K. said...

I turned 40!
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rubynreba said...

My grandson was born!!

Jessica Meddick said...

I was twelve in 1999, can't remember much. I think I may have just gotten my dog then.

Laurice McClung said...

In 1999I started the job I had until very recently.

Carol Doscher said...

My favorite TV Show from 1999 was The West Wing.

JennyS said...

I never end up liking most of the actual food, but I was at a wedding with a mini-dessert bar with mini-cocktails to match, and they were wonderful!

JennyS said...

I never end up liking most of the actual food, but I was at a wedding with a mini-dessert bar with mini-cocktails to match, and they were wonderful!

Kelly Rodriguez said...

In 1999, I remember everyone being afraid of what would happen when Y2K (the year 2000) happened. The computers weren't programmed for the changeover and everyone thought the things would begin to crash. Lots of mass pandemonium occurred leading up to New Years Eve 1999.

Terri. said...

I turned 30 in 1999...I had a great birthday...me and friends went to a casino and I won $300!!! WOOHOO!!!