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Corinne: A Novel

Corinne: A Novel

Current price: $28.99
Publication Date: July 12th, 2022
St. Martin's Press
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"I was riveted...A modern-day Romeo & Juliet."—Jodi Picoult, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Two Ways

You want to walk away from the things that are bad for you and never look back.

That's what Corinne Callahan wants.

Cast out of the fundamentalist church she was raised in and cut off from her family, Corinne builds a new life for herself. A good one. But she never stops missing the life—and the love— she's left behind.

It's Enoch Miller who ruins everything for her. It was always Enoch Miller. She'll never get him out from under her skin.

Set over fifteen years and told with astonishing intimacy, Rebecca Morrow's Corinne is the story of a woman who risks everything she's built for the one man she can never have.

About the Author

Rebecca Morrow is a pseudonym for a New York Times bestselling author.

Praise for Corinne: A Novel

Washington Post, "12 Noteworthy Books for July and August"

"I was riveted by Corinne, a novel that explores the chasm between religion and faith, between divine love and a love that is divine. It's a modern-day Romeo & Juliet, and you'll whip through pages to hope for the impossible." —Jodi Picoult, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Two Ways

"This book is full of beautiful sentences that ripped my heart out. It's smart and sexy as hell." —Samantha Irby, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Wow, No Thank You

"A refreshingly unconventional love story." —Kirkus Reviews

"Exploring sexual, emotional, and religious barriers in relationships and blending vital discoveries of faith family and self, Morrow's novel cuts deep as it echoes the work of Jeanette Winterson and Elizabeth Acevedo." - Booklist

"Romantically thrilling...What we have here is a deceptively fabulous summer read: A story about sex and longing with the integrity to keep you caring." - Glamour

"Poignant, sensual and ultimately hopeful." - Shelf Awareness