FALLING. . .
Hermes McCaffrey is sick and tired of sharing his life with his father’s political career and his overbearing older brothers. So during his family’s vacation in New England, when he meets Raphaela, a lovely and brilliant girl dreaming in a hidden tower, is it surprising that he wants her all to himself?
But visiting Raphaela is dangerous, and not just because of her mother’s paranoia about strangers, or the mansion’s sinister caretaker. When Hermes decides to go too far, the results are devastating for Raphaela ... and for Hermes.
What happens when falling in love leads to falling into sin? Can sex destroy love? And when you do fall from grace, is there any way back?
Age 18 and up.
"Reading a novel by Regina Doman is always a treat and Rapunzel Let Down: a fairy tale retold is no exception. A fast paced modern-day parable, Regina's latest is a page-turner and a moral primer wrapped up with fascinating character development, compelling dialogue and a story that draws you in and won't let you go. Read this and share it with a loved one!"
Lisa M. Hendey, author of A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms and founder of www.CatholicMom.com