When Annabelle Hubbard appears on her cousin Regina's doorstep covered in bruises, the chaos begins. Within an idyllic neighborhood of stolid, family values and century-old houses, the cousins come to grips with family secrets, the ghosts or painful memories, unruly grandchildren, a life-threatening illness, and sexual temptation. Riding through the storm in their lives, the two cousins find that faith, family, and friends are really all that matters.
B.D. gives an overview of the book:
Tillie opened the door to Belle's room and smiled at the climbing rose wallpaper. "Cozy. Have a nice snooze, and don't mind her. You're a Morgan, too, Annabelle. You have as much right to stay in this house as she does. We won't let her kick you out."
Annabelle thought aloud, "I wonder, which is worse. Living with someone who hates you, but takes good care of you; or living with those you love who hurt you?"
Thank you to all the readers that said they loved FFV and couldn't put it down. It is a joy sharing this story and its message that it takes more than DNA to make a family. One reader said it best, "Every woman should get a copy of Feisty Family Values, cuddle up on her favorite chair, and enjoy the ride!"
A life-time resident of the Midwest, B.D. Tharp graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications, Women/Minority Studies and Fine Arts. Her women's fiction novel, Feisty Family Values, is available in hardcover and...