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Where There's Smoke by Terra Little

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Anne, a single recovering mom, has been free of drugs and alcohol for nearly twenty years. However, she finds out that her sixteen year old son, Isaiah, is starting to experiment with drugs. She doesn’t want to see him fall into the same traps that she did so she contacts his father to take on the challenge of turning him around before it’s too late.

This urban fiction novel is better written than others that I’ve read and the characters really appealed to me too. The mom is so determined, the son starting to spiral down a dangerous slope, the father has learned from his past mistakes…it all adds up to a story of how love, and especially family, can overcome the negative influences so prevalent in street life. Check catalog for availability.

Jacki@Central

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Hi,

Thanks for reading and reviewing "Where There's Smoke." I appreciate your posting commentary here for others to reference.

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