Divided We Fall/Judge Not

Portia Dawson

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Divided We Fall When Kat McDonald reads the morning headlines about a furniture giants bankruptcy, she is overcome with deeply buried grievances. Kat is a Campbell by rights, but a McDonald by choice. She already resents her place as the unacknowledged daughter of the wealthy Campbell family, but in the wake of the bankruptcy, Kat suddenly finds herself drawn into the Campbell familys web of secrecy and lies. Only time will tell if she can reconcile her feelings before it is too late. Judge Not Disillusioned after losing her job as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, Nikki Ragazzi returns to her hometown to regroup, taking a job as a sales clerk in her mothers gift shop. But when Nikkis father and grandfather broker a land deal between a politician and a mall development company, tempers flare. After Nikki writes an article about the property sale, she is suddenly drawn into the unsettling controversy. To top it off, now she must deal with Annie Mae Bailey, a demanding ninety-year-old woman who has hired her to coauthor her memoir. Divided We Fall/Judge Not shares two novellas that take a compelling glimpse into the lives of everyday characters who must learn to heal from the past before each can embrace the future.