Sins of the Mother by Sandia Lowe
A Love Story and Family Saga

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For ten years succesful attorney Rianne Hazelton lived her life in the shadow of her diastrous marriage to British-Ghanian oil tycoon, Xavier Osei. Her carefully constructed life comes crashing down when she comes face to face with him at her estranged sister´s wedding in her native St. Croix. Will she finally expunge the demons of her brief marriage? Can the sisters put their painful past behind them? Xavier has a secret, about a woman she never understood, her mother, the time to tell her is now but will it consume her and doom their love forever?

About Sandia Lowe

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Sandia Lowe is a native of Jamaica W.I. and a graduate of Pace University New York where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. She started writing from as early as age ten and she recalls a time in high school when she was forced to rewrite a paper in detention as her English teacher was certain she had plagiarized her essay assignment. That was then she started thinking that maybe writing was something she could consider.She is the second of five children for her parents and considers herself deeply spiritual. Sandia, her husband and their daughter reside in New England.In her spare time when she is not brainstorming her next novel story, she enjoys camping in the Bear Mountains and traveling.   Sins of the Mother is her debut novel but we expect more exciting thrillers from this talented new author.
Published December 15, 2009 by Xlibris. 140 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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In Sins of the Mother by Sandia Lowe, we are introduced to Rianne Hazelton, a successful New York attorney, who feels she has moved on with her life without regrets since leaving her husband in Accra, Ghana 10 years ago.

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