THINGS WE DIDN'T SAY
Riggle’s latest novel is a heartbreaking, intricately woven piece about love, relationships and the things that complicate both. She brings us a sympathetic, flawed heroine who finds the strength to speak up for herself and those she’s come to care about. An emotionally stirring piece that will resonate long after the last page is read.
Casey has just decided to leave her fiancé and his kids for good when she receives a phone call: Her fiancé’s son didn’t show up for school. Then his volatile ex-wife shows up, bringing chaos into their home. No longer willing to stand aside, Casey decides to speak up where the rest of the family is silent. (MORROW, Jul., 352 pp., $14.99)