New York Times bestselling novelist Joshilyn Jackson has written six books, reaping praise and awards for them. In her latest novel, Someone Else’s Love Story, young single mom, Shandi Pierce, and her 3-year-old son, Natty, are leaving their small Georgia hometown for her dad’s condo in Atlanta so she’ll be closer to college. Stopping at a convenience store on the way, they find themselves held at gunpoint during a robbery. The terrifying incident jolts Shandi out of her denial about her miracle son’s origins, and when her rescuer, William, a geneticist with Asperger’s, offers a way to find out what really happened the night her son was conceived, Shandi has to face the past to find her own love story.
Someone Else’s Love Story is one of the best books I’ve read this year, and I had the privilege of talking with the author recently. Read Joshilyn’s funny and insightful responses to my questions here.
Posted by: Melissa