This is it. The final book in Liz Crowe’s Stewart Realty Series. Sad to see it end, but can’t wait to read the grand finale!
Strong personalities—volatile marriages—stressful careers—conflicting goals—difficult
crucible that forges a new generation.
of their parents’ longstanding emotional connections, but one’s star will burn
brighter – and hotter – than the others.
its path, Brandis Gordon struggles to maintain control as he ricochets between wild
success and miserable failure. His life proves how even the strongest relationships
can be strangled by the ties that bind.
by both loyalty and fierce rivalry. The strength of their ultimate alliance is
tested time and again by Brandis’ choices.
share loner tendencies, but come to rely on each other through adolescence. As
they mature, both are forced to confront their feelings for the men they knew
independence and addiction, optimism and despair, the intertwined destinies of
the new generation finally collide, leaving some stronger, others broken, but none
families navigating the minefields of teen years into the turbulence of young
adulthood, Good Faith holds up a
literary mirror to contemporary life with joys and temptations unflinchingly
reflected. Its fresh, real-life voice portrays the sheer volatility of human nature,
complete with the hopes, dreams, and unexpected setbacks of marriage,
parenthood and “coming of age.”
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author, beer blogger and beer marketing expert, mom of three, and soccer fan,
Liz lives in the great Midwest, in a major college town. She has decades of experience in sales and
fund raising, plus an eight-year stint as a three-continent, ex-pat trailing
spouse. While working as a successful Realtor, Liz made the leap into writing
novels about the same time she agreed to take on marketing and sales for the
Wolverine State Brewing Company.
the brewery, unless she’s writing, editing or sweating promotional efforts for
her latest publications.
groundbreaking fiction subgenre, “Romance for Real Life,” which has gained
thousands of fans and followers interested less in the “HEA” and more in the
“WHA” (“What Happens After?”). More
recently she is garnering even more fans across genres with her latest novels,
which are more character-driven fiction, while remaining very much “real life.”
on the soccer pitch, in successful real estate offices and many times in exotic
locales like Istanbul, Turkey, her books are unique and told with a fresh
voice. The Liz Crowe backlist has something for any reader seeking complex
storylines with humor and complete casts of characters that will delight,
frustrate, and linger in the imagination long after the book is finished.
Wolverine State Brewing Co. Tap Room—but don’t ask her for anything “like” a
Bud Light, or risk serious injury.