More than meets the eye at face value and stuck in a holding pattern, Augusta Bergeron, Beauchemins’ small-town siren, engages in morally destructive behavior she attributes to maternal abandonment.
On the heels of mourning the death of her mother, Lindsay Metcalfe, the strait-laced, historian-in-residence hailing from Boston, sets out to preserve the legacy of an impoverished mill. Singed in the crossfire of a soured friendship, she gets more than she bargains for.
Their alternating first-person narratives relate how an heirloom quiche recipe and baking rivalry redress erroneous assumptions, misdeeds, unleashed secrets, and malicious intent—all of which wreak havoc in altering the lives of those affected from the fallout of a tragedy.
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After retiring from a career in elementary education, midlife restlessness prompted Eva to rekindle her passion for storytelling by composing fiction that taps into significant issues affecting the lives of women over forty. Her novels in the genre of Contemporary Women’s Fiction are distinguished for their character-driven plots, harboring protagonists who plunge the depths of despair and suffer the consequences in their darkest hours prior to seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
In addition to having written two novels, Eva Pasco has composed over one hundred Memoirs, as well as numerous essays pertaining to the Sixties, and her native state of Rhode Island. She also writes a weekly blog related to writing and social marketing. All of her work is featured on her web page at Authors Den, including information about her two novels.