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  • What’s lurking in the shadows

    “Alive or dead, everyone who’s suffering wants to change. They don’t know how, though, or even what change they want.“ Hubert and the twins are in Truth or Consequences trying to reconstruct Mae and his relationship. But the situation begins to deteriorate after a phone call from Tylerton changes the timeline for his return as their house has been broken into for what seems to be a rather weird reason: the two women were caught doing laundry(?) Will Mae go back with them? She actually says she will, and the dominoes begin to fall. Mae finds out Hubert’s first wife had died; she was the twins’ mother who abandoned them all early on. Whether Mae wants to or not, she’s about to reluctantly become a pivot pin on an interesting tilt a whirl of past, present and Brook and Stream’s future... in fact all their futures. Interwoven within this mystery are Jungian archetypes, ghosts, lies, truth. Will it ever resolve so choices can be made? Amber Foxx continues to build on the strong foundations of spiritual healing and intelligent writing to bring Shadow Family to an open ended conclusion; keeping the reader guessing as to what might lay in store for these wonderful characters. Highly Recommended 5/5 [disclaimer: I received this book from the author and voluntarily read and reviewed it]

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