A Family Affair

Written by:
Robyn Carr
Narrated by:
Thérèse Plummer
Price: $27.99 $5.99

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
April 2022
8 hours 55 minutes
Life’s biggest dilemmas can provide its sweetest rewards

Anna McNichol knows how to take charge. Raised by a single mother, she’s worked to ensure her three children have every advantage she didn’t. And while her marriage has its problems, she values commitment and believes in "till death do us part." Now an empty nester, she’s at the peak of her career and ready to seize the opportunity to focus on her future.

But life can change in an instant, and when her husband dies suddenly, Anna’s carefully constructed world falls apart. The mysterious young woman at the memorial service confirms her husband had been keeping secrets, and Anna is determined to get to the truth.

For once, she doesn’t have the answers. Her kids are struggling with their grief, her mother’s health is in decline and Anna needs closure. Faced with one challenge after another, she finds support from an unexpected source. And as she puts her life back together, Anna realizes the McNichols may not be perfect but they’ll always be family, and family is forever.

Don't miss Robyn Carr's next uplifting novel, The Friendship Club, where four women come together at a tumultuous time in their lives, forging an unbreakable bond that will leave them all forever changed—available January 2024!

Look no further for even more great summer beach reads from Robyn Carr:
- Sunrise On Half Moon Bay
- The View From Alameda Island
- The Summer That Made Us
- Never Too Late
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As always, I love Robyn Carr's stories and I especially love listening to Therese Plummer's performances. She is a one-woman force of nature. I especially loved the Northern California setting, as I lived in Alameda for a time. (The only thing I would tell Therese is that San Raphael is pronounced "San Ruh-FELL.) This story has appeal to both younger and older folks, as it shares almost equal time with the 20-something kids as it does with the 50-60 year olds, dealing with not only their kids but also aging parents. So many of us can relate!

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