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The Reunion and Osmosis now available for purchase

Oct 21, 2013

Brisk Press is pleased to announce two new Susan X Meagher books. Both are now available for purchase in both print and e-book format at

The Reunion
$16.00 in print and $8.00 in e-book
349 pages

High school reunions. Nearly everyone is mildly curious about their classmates' fortunes, but for some, the promise of soothing past hurts proves irresistible. Living in her native England, Jemma had largely forgotten about her traumatic senior year. But now that she's back in America, that damned invitation keeps nudging her…reminding her of the unexplored path she'd been sure she was hers for the taking.
Shelby hasn't fared as well as Jemma. Or maybe she's just not been able to vanquish the past. No matter what has gotten her stuck—she feels like she's fallen into quicksand. Maybe going to the reunion will let her connect with some old friends, to free herself from whatever is stopping her from living the life she was called to experience.
To most, the potential of meeting your old classmates again promises an evening of shared memories. For Jemma and Shelby, this reunion will change their worlds.

Osmosis: Book Fifteen of the I Found My Heart in San Francisco series
$14.00 in print and $7.00 in e-book
302 pages

A gradual, often unconscious process of absorption or learning.

It's been six months since the trauma of Karma. Both Jamie and Ryan are slowly but steadily regaining their footing. When they have time alone, everything seems just as it had been before Christmas. But their alone time is severely compromised. With each of them playing a varsity sport, their weekends are always given over to their teams—rather than each other. Since neither of them would consider quitting, their options are few. So they're committed to wringing every bit of togetherness out of their schedules that they can.
Mia and Jordan have a lot of time alone—but Jordan's working so hard she spends much of that time sound asleep. The demands on her body and mind are overwhelming, but Mia's learning how to be a supportive partner…despite being disconnected from all of her friends and family. Luckily, loving Jordan makes every sacrifice easily worth it.
Catherine's having a tougher time of it. Her divorce is causing her more turmoil than she'd expected, and having her lover so far away makes her feel very, very alone. Maybe it would be better if she started over. Conor's all in favor of that…especially if he can be part of her re-start.
Every member of the clan experiences some growth pains, but one thing holds them all together. Love is the answer, no matter the question.