Dance in the Rain

Book Two in The Howell Women Saga

by Shirley Webb



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/19/2005

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 209
ISBN : 9780595340224

About the Book

Deborah Howell's daughter and granddaughter continue the saga of the Howell women and their quest for true love while they discover, at last, the cause of the family torment for three generations.

"How do you describe a story that is poignant and romantic yet laced with intrigue and tragedy? Dance in the Rain is truly written from the heart, the stuff of classics, woven from the threads of myth into a gripping and powerful love story with a lesson for us all."
-John Prophet, Author, Casey Miller Mystery Series

"Dance in the Rain is a well-woven scenario of human passions set against the fascinating backdrop of Cherokee culture. Victoria, Hawk, Olivia, and Brad, their tragedies, romances and joys, catch the cadence and power of the story and teach us lessons it's never too late to learn."
-Eleanor Sampeck, author of Seasons of Love: A Journey of Faith, Family and Community

About the Author

Shirley G. Webb, a retired TV ad writer, writes wholesome fiction for children and adults, always with Cherokee tradition in the background. Born in West Virginia and now living in Connecticut, she is of Cherokee heritage and has a great love for the ancient culture and traditions of Native Americans.

Co-author Janet Moreland, a former literary agent, closed her business to become an author. She has collaborated on works of poetry, historical fiction, and science fiction. Like Shirley, she is of Cherokee heritage. She lives near Las Vegas, where she is a frequent presenter of workshops on poetry and writing techniques for teenagers and adults.