Reading order recommendation #2

Signs by Anna Martin AUTHOR'S BLURB: After spending most of his life in special schools, Caleb Stone now faces public high school in his senior year, a prospect that both excites him and threatens to overwhelm his social anxiety. As a deaf teenager, he’s closed himself off to the world. He speaks a shorthand with his parents and... Continue Reading →

The Corporate’s Wife by Max Hudson

AUTHOR'S BLURB: Criminal Law. Corporate Law. Like Romeo and Juliet, their love is the source of major contention in both their lives. Two differing ideas on what helping people really means – is it fighting for the underdog, or the top dog? A college affair. Sixteen years ago. It meant, and still means nothing, right? Ricky’s... Continue Reading →

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