MINNEAPOLIS, August 22, 2022 (Newswire.com)
Fulton Books author Leah Omar, a Minneapolis resident, accomplished career-woman, wife, mother of two, and basketball and spicy food fan, has completed her most recent book “Between Sunsets”: a gripping story of a worldly woman who gives up her nomadic life to take care of her elderly grandparents.
Omar’s novels feature strong female leads on a path to self-discovery. Her breakout novel “Labor of Love” was published in April of 2021. She holds bachelor’s degrees in communications and English literature and a master’s in business administration.
Published by Fulton Books, Omar’s book follows Camilla Bergland, a woman who has never called anywhere home, happy to be tied to no one and no place. Camilla has few possessions and doesn’t stick around any one setting for too long. When she finds out her grandparents need help, she volunteers to spend the summer at their lake cottage in Wheaton, a small town where she spent her summers growing up.
What she didn’t anticipate was relishing the precious time with her grandparents despite her grandmother’s increasingly heartbreaking Alzheimer’s, small-town life, and reconnecting with childhood friends.
All roads in Wheaton seem to lead to Jake Abram, her childhood crush and the person she spent her summers following around, but the kindhearted Jake she had idolized seventeen years ago has become a different person. He’s rude, edgy, and likes to remind Camilla that while she’s been traveling the globe, she’s also been neglecting her grandparents and their growing needs. Unfortunately, Jake’s the only one who can help her fix up her grandparents’ rundown lakefront cottage. Before long, she’s made a deal with the devil. He’ll help Camilla renovate the cottage in exchange for her decorating his lake home next door.
The more time they spend together, the more she remembers why she used to like him back in the day. But can their growing attraction survive the secrets he’s keeping and Camilla’s determination to always leave before she can get hurt?
Readers who wish to experience this absorbing work can purchase “Between Sunsets” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books