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Losing Love

B. J. Herron

Hardcover

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Paperback (2/8/2022)

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" A sympathetic storyteller deftly explores the complexities of dealing with family and confronting the past." - Kirkus Reviews


"Full of feelings of passion and emotion, Losing Love may teach us to understand the importance of both love and loyalty and the difference between them. A beautifully written story ... will have readers cheering until the end." -Kristi Elizabeth, Seattle Book Review


"B.J. Herron is a deft storyteller who perfectly captures the feelings of dread that a person can experience in an environment filled with painful memories. Constantly able to make familiar and normal surroundings feel oppressive through association, Herron's prose is consistently high quality, and the author's understanding of trauma is evident throughout the work. Losing Love is an incredible journey and a very worthwhile character study of a trauma survivor." - 5 Stars, Readers Favorite Review


"Losing Love by B.J. Herron is well worth reading from cover to cover for it explains and shows so much of a world that some of us have never imagined, and how this affects families, and how they progress in life... B.J. Herron writes with sensitivity so that you feel as if you are in the story." -​5 Stars Reader's Favorite




There is more than one way to lose love... Still struggling from a broken past, lawyer Faith Shields is stronger and braver than the girl who left home 15 years ago. After years of therapy, Faith recognizes that change is hard and must be embraced in order to grow. But when her beloved grandmother, the woman who supported and encouraged her in life, suffers a tragedy, she is thrust back into the environment that left her scarred and bleeding. Facing the demanding family that damaged her, Faith must find the courage to confront the demons of her past once and for all. Along with her husband Nicholi Shields, a neurosurgeon who's dedicated to saving lives and his wife, she returns to her hometown on the South Side of Chicago, where murky waters of family and pain await and where she learns at last what it means to grow, what it takes to heal, and, most importantly, what it means to love.





Bublish, Inc., 9781647044855, 178pp.

Publication Date: February 8, 2022