Former TV journalist Robbie-Ann McPherson is a poster-child of the 70s, raised by a pack of wild TVs. She is an avid supporter of animal rescue shelters and children’s health organizations, and volunteers as a media trainer for potential female political candidates, to encourage more women to run for office. Robbie-Ann is also a professional singer and songwriter; music touches every part of her life. She listens to everything from electronica to classic rock, and spends most of her disposable income on Styx concert tickets. She loves the written word and has had a lengthy career in journalism and media relations. She adores the fiction of John Steinbeck, the non-fiction of Bob Woodward, and her favorite escapes are The Real Housewives and the best movie ever: Xanadu. After spending years gathering story ideas living in Manhattan, Los Angeles and Central Montana, she currently resides in her childhood hometown of Buffalo, New York.
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Thirty-something Maggie is stuck in a dead-end job, living in a dead-end town with her cruel, emotionally-abusive boyfriend. Worn-down and broken, she can't seem to find the strength to leave. But fate intervenes and after Maggie suddenly escapes, three kind strangers set her on a course for a fresh start. Her new path leads her back to the childhood home -and the past she'd run away from years before.