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Some Wounds Never Heal

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Some may feel that romance or fiction writing isn't necessarily serious writing. I beg to differ.


Telling a story is an art form that not many can master. People like Toni Morrison, John Gresham, and Maya Angelou didn't just wake up knowing how to write. It took work, sacrifice and dedication.

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Some Wounds Never Heal

I love a book that is drama-filled, but not over-the-top; character driven but not so many characters that I cannot keep one straight from the next. Some Wounds Never Heal by Rhonda M. Lawson is an example of these two wonderful traits of high quality writing. There was a little mystery adding to the already tense storyline, which was an added bonus. The message of admitting and accepting, apologizing and forgiving, and understanding that we all make mistakes could be found throughout Ms. Lawson’s writing.

- Jennifer Coissiere, APOOO Books

Lawson delivers a page-turner with the third installment to the Alexis White series. From catfights, to malicious plots, every moment is filled with dramatic highs and emotional lows. Well-written, the book contains unpredictable twists and turns that should keep readers on their toes and begging for more. As the title suggests, do old wounds ever heal? Or will an unwillingness to forgive, resentment, and lies tear friendships and lovers apart? Read the book to find out!

- Dr. D'Andrea Wilson, Author, Wife 101


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