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The Silence in the Sound

by Dianne C. Braley

Finding inspiration where she least expects it, one woman's life is about to change forever. Life had not always been kind to Georgette. She grew up with an alcoholic father and an enabling mother. To help see her through the bad times, she clings to the loving memory of a childhood trip to Martha's Vineyard. Now an adult, Georgette works as a nurse and has returned to the island to start her life over. Then opportunity arrives in the most unlikely of places as she becomes the private nurse for the well-known island resident Mr. S. The prize-winning novelist and Georgette become friends, and he opens her mind to new possibilities. Soon everything changes when she encounters the mysterious Dock. Georgette isn't quite sure about him but finds him irresistible. She quickly loses herself in her relationship despite the inherent dangers that come with him. Torn between the future or spiraling into a life she tried so hard to leave behind, Georgette must make her most important decision ever. Sometimes escaping the past isn't as easy as it appears. The Silence in the Sound is the provocative debut novel by Dianne C. Braley detailing the devastating effects of growing up with addiction.

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