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Monday, October 12, 2015

New Cover Reveal: Blue Hydrangeas

Design by Perry Elisabeth

What if the person who knew you best and loved you most forgot your face, and couldn't remember your name? A pair of retired Cape Cod innkeepers struggle with the wife's Alzheimer's. A beautiful love story written by a masterful storyteller who happens to be a nurse.
 
Amazon-rated 4.7 out of 5 stars
Goodreads rated 4.11 out of 5 stars



Readers say:

"Heartbreakingly beautiful."

"I felt drawn to Jack and Sara from page one and find myself wondering about them even now.
The book is very well-written and believable."

"A heartfelt tender story that is entertaining and emotionally gripping!"

"A real page turner and it gives you insights of the daily life events living with this crushing disease called Alzheimer’s."

"While not a 'happily ever after' love story, Blue Hydrangeas is sure to be one you will ponder for some time after you have finished reading it."


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About the Author
Marianne Sciucco is not a nurse who writes but a writer who happens to be a nurse. A lover of words and books, she dreamed of becoming an author when she grew up but became a nurse to avoid poverty. She later brought her two passions together and writes about the intricate lives of people struggling with health and family issues. Her debut novel, Blue Hydrangeas, an Alzheimer’s love story, is a Kindle bestseller, IndieReader Approved, a BookWorks featured book, a Self-e Selection, a 5-star Readers Favorite, and winner of IndieReCon’s Best Indie Novel Award, 2014. She's currently working on a YA novel, Swim Season, about the new girl on the team who challenges a longstanding school record, to be released in 2015. A native Bostonian, Marianne lives in New York’s Hudson Valley, and when not writing works as a campus nurse at a community college. She loves books, the beach, and craft beer, and especially enjoys the three of them together.

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