Foreword Reviews

The Treehouse

Camilla Thompson, a Humanities college professor, hasn’t seen her son Nico for two years. One morning she drives to the house where her ex, Allison, is still raising Nico. Knowing that they are away for a week’s vacation, Camilla begins to build a treehouse as a surprise for the son she’s not allowed to see. Rendered with heart and humor, The Treehouse is a story about love, loss, motherhood, and how one woman rebuilds a new life from what remains of the old one.

Rights Contact
Randi Triant <r.triant@comcast.net>
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Book Website
http://amzn.to/2sg3MNh
Contributor(s)
Randi Triant
Publisher
Sapphire Books
ISBN-13
978-1-948232-00-5
Publication Date
Mar 15, 2018
Pages
388
Tags
#LGBTQ
#fiction
Our Review (4 out of 5 stars)
"The Treehouse" is earnest, sweet, and charming as it works through the struggles of its shining lead character. Randi Triant’s insightful character-focused novel "The Treehouse" finds an intertwined cast dealing with relationships, love, and trauma. The story places particular focus on... Read More