by Rebecca Morrow
In Corinne, Rebecca Morrow tells a compelling and complex story about her titular character and her life. Corinne was raised within a fundamentalist family where the way of life was clear, even if she sometimes took to the sidelines. But something changed for her when she got to know Enoch Miller. This relationship results in Corinne being cast aside by her family and rejected by her church.
At just eighteen, Corinne goes on to build her life away from all that she knew and once wanted. Her story is told over the next fifteen years in this novel.
Readers will be fixated on turning the pages and seeing how life turns out for Corinne and how she works out her feelings for Enoch. What will happen when she returns to her community? Read this one to find out.
Highly recommended for lovers of literary, general and/or women’s fiction.
Many thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for this title. All opinions are my own.
Pub date: 12 July 2022
|ISBN||9781250279996 423 pages|
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About the Author
Rebecca Morrow is a pseudonym for a New York Times bestselling author.–This text refers to the hardcover edition.
“I was riveted by Corinne, a novel that explores the chasm between religion and faith, between divine love and a love that is divine. It’s a modern-day Romeo & Juliet, and you’ll whip through pages to hope for the impossible.” ―Jodi Picoult, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Two Ways