Ruby Grant’s Baby

| March 29, 2012

 

Drew Grant has skeletons in his closet he doesn’t know about until his day to day life is interrupted by a recurring dream that sends him in search of the ex-wife he doesn’t know is deceased and brings him to a daughter he never knew existed. As he searches his personal closet for answers, Drew realizes that though he is a successful businessman he has spent most of his adult years asleep at the wheel. Now he must untangle himself from a duplicitous sister-in-law, roll back time and find his daughter before it’s too late.

Brooke Lawson has learned to step carefully around her adoptive mother, to be quiet and obedient. But her mother’s temper and belief in Brooke’s inherent evil is getting out of hand and a surprise visit from a long lost biological aunt only serves to make things worse. Brooke knows she has to start talking and put belief in something before the unthinkable happens.

Barreling down broken roads, Drew and Brooke learn that trusting in the unknown is sometimes the only way to knowledge, and the path that will bring them to each other.

Ruby Grant's Baby is a mainstream women's  novel of approximately 120,000 words.