When a Southern woman with a broken heart finds herself falling for a widower with a broken boat, it's anything but smooth sailing
Carolina Coast Novels:
New characters & old friends along the Carolina Coast and beyond.
It’s a rare book that draws you in from the first page, wraps its cover around you, and warmly envelops you in its unfolding tale. This book did that for me... ~ Lita Smith-Mines, editor, Boating Times of Long Island
A single cop and a childless woman team up to keep an abusive father from stealing his little girl.
"In Heavy Weather, Normandie Fisher has created a coastal Carolina setting so palpable you can almost smell the plough mud, as well as a cast of characters so touchingly authentic you'll want to invite them over for a barbecue. Fisher takes the reader on an emotional journey that is both heartfelt and richly written as her characters stumble, sometimes grudgingly, toward healing and forgiveness. A deep and lovely story about the unshakable bonds of friendship and the healing power of love."~Barbara Davis, acclaimed author of Summer at Hideaway Key and other books
Two orphans. One barn. And a community in need of miracles
"Ms. Fischer's writing was poignant and moving, and her magical combinations of words stung my eyes several times. But I was forced to a full stop while reading Katie's immediate and unflinching reaction to Linny during the Christmas service. While the adults were flummoxed and at a loss, a young child knew just what was needed... my throat closes up just thinking of that scene. Sigh. Normandie Fischer has mad skills"
Sailing out of Darkness
Love conquers all?
Maybe for some people.
"...beautiful, gorgeous imagery... It is take your breath away awesomeness. The storyline could absolutely suck and I wouldn't care half as much because I just wanted to read more descriptions of people, places, feelings and thoughts. This is true writing talent here. And she's a wonderful storyteller too." Samantha Coville, Sammy the Bookworm
ISAAC'S HOUSE NOVELS
Two from Isaac's House
Inheritance? Check. Solo trip before getting married? Check. Dangerous hot guy she shouldn't get involved with in a thousand years? Oh, honey, that's a check
Fischer's recent romantic thriller is replete with awkward encounters that eventually turn into romance amid Palestinian-Israeli terrorist activity and a flurry of mysterious disappearances. Complete with a well-defined cast set within alternating parallel-narrative chapters that zero in on two principal characters--he, an engineer acting as a double agent, and she, a history teacher wanting more out of life--Fischer's novel is nothing less than thoroughly gripping! Top Pick, Romantic Times Book Reviews
From the author of Two from Isaac’s House comes the story behind the story. An Isaac’s House Novella.
From Fire into Fire
A terrific book! ~ Amazon Customer