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  1. says:

    I was taken with the southern environs – smooth relaxing slow easy feel Even a slight twang detected food hospitality strong sense of community weather all richly depictedFischer captured the ravages of abuse in a plausible and affecting manner A serious topic handled deftly without over exploiting creating a circus You feel every blow the palatable fear the guilt and shame the uick and passing judgement Annie Mac sufferedGreat characterization You are well acuainted with the players personalities psychologically emotionally along with well drawn backstory’s An immediate report between the reader and characters is undeniable their joys and sorrows will be yours as well Their faith hope and strength and resilience is infectiousThe multi story lines intersecting with Roy worked well Fischer smartly weaved an intricate drama with numerous characters and secondary plots seamlesslyA well balanced story with a beautiful theme of pliancy hope and faith a community pulling together offering hospitality and just plain kindness in small gestures warms your heart Fischer possesses an interactive style engaging with lots of dimension in her characters creating a powerful yet warm read leaving you with renewed hopeFor this and other reviews visit

  2. says:

    This novel has it all suspense romance small southern town charm and a very real depiction of the dark side of family life Normandie Fischer is a wonderful voice in southern women’s fiction Having read her debut BECALMED I knew this What I didn’t expect was the raw and honest portrayal of domestic violence that sucked me into the story Normandie didn’t sugarcoat the abuse but she gave us such hope in what could have been a hopeless situation Her portrayal of the abuser Roy was utterly compelling When I discovered he loved to feed birds I actually began hoping he could be redeemed If you want to get lost in a page turner with characters you’ll love and hate this is the book for you I became so invested in the wellbeing of Annie Mac and her children that I found myself carrying the book around and reading in stolen moments often with my heart racing I think this would be a great choice for a book club There’s much to discuss

  3. says:

    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

  4. says:

    Sweet TeaLovely group of friendsand DramaDramatic story unveilsall while sippen on sweet teaNarrator did a fairly nice job Interesting clean story

  5. says:

    In the next installment in the Carolina Coast series readers are reunited with characters from the other book and meet new ones The storyline is focused on domestic violence which for some may be hard to deal with but stay with the story it does have a positive endingAnnie Mac's husband has vowed he will get his baby girl from her no matter what he has to do to achieve his goal Annie feels she has no one to turn to and feels her time is up Hannah Morgan comes across Annie Mac's children hiding in the bushes and Annie near death Hannah's world went from uiet and orderly to noisy and unpredictable Hannah enlists the help of Clay the local police lieutenant to locate the husband and bring him to justice before he can come back and finish what he started The saying it takes a village to raise a child also holds true in saving a child and her mother from a monster When the town works together with the plan they have worked out to capture the abuser things work out better than any one could have imagined in spite of the problems along the wayI was given a free copy of the book in exchanged for my honest review

  6. says:

    Normandie Fischer's Heavy Weather is Southern fiction so vivid the humidity dampens your skin and the characters breathe into life amidst its pages The writing is lyrical and lovely touching on human emotion and hurt and at times the dark places we don't want to acknowledge The author doesn't pull punches right away introducing readers to Annie Mac a young woman trapped in domestic abuse showing us its ugly repercussions in Annie Mac's life and the lives of her two young children Helpful neighbor Hannah and half a dozen friends and community workers in Beaufort NC come together in this story of second chances and forgiveness sprinkled with a tense police investigation and unexpected love The author's awareness of and sensitivity to the complicated workings of the human heart creates a story layered with deep emotion and complex characterizationHeavy Weather is a story to wrap yourself up in and savor and one I highly recommend I look forward to reading of Normadie Fischer's stories

  7. says:

    We're back in Beaufort and no you don't have to have read Becalmed to immediately get immersed in this story the second in the series and now we're focusing on Hannah She finds two terrified children hiding in a bush and when she goes to look for their mother she finds the woman beaten and left for dead She takes the children into her home and thus begins the rallying of a whole town Save the children Save their mother Stop the abuser from striking again Because they've got his daughter and he wants her backI enjoyed this story a lot the interplay of the different individuals who struggle between their generous impulses and their desire to circle the wagons and stay safe There are a lot of multifaceted multilayer characters who work together despite their differences and maybe because of to save these kids and their mother Recommended for anyone who likes a thoughtful thought provoking and heartfelt novel

  8. says:

    Normandie Fischer knows sailing and respects the ocean and its power and knows how to translate the danger and excitement of living along the edges of that power into story and place in such a way you carry it with you This book like its predecessor draws you into the story immediately and plunks you down into the rich lives of those living along the eastern seaboard It's a bit like the Mitford series by Jan Karon except these are mixed with heavy doses of intrigue mystery and danger Her characters are real to life deep and challenging Ms Fischer is among a new brand of Christian author who pulls no punches with the reality of the situation but rather stares such issues as infertility brokennessabuse romance friendship family and loyalty full in the face and transparently speaks to her character's devastation and joy Her character's and reader's lives are greatly enriched by the experience I highly recommend this and all her novels

  9. says:

    Favorite uotes“Maybe she wasn’t ualified maybe she couldn’t do much but the folk wielding power would have to flatten her if they wanted to pawn Ty and Katie off on Social Services”“I think that’s what we all want than anything else in the world To belong to someone And to have someone who belongs to us”“ he’d done the gene pool a huge favor by eliminating someone so dumb Daddy always said there weren’t room enough in the world for all the fools inhabiting it”“This time platitudes wouldn’t work either If she’d heard them once during and after her pregnancies she’d heard them a dozen times ‘They’re in heaven God much have needed them than you and Matt It wasn’t meant to be’ If she’d believed that about God she’d have signed up for atheism so fast necks would have snapped”“The sapphires are for your eyes The diamonds for your heart multifaceted shining Mine”My ReviewFive Stars is not a high enough rating for this marvelous book – uality writing of this caliber calls for at least a double rating of 10 It was breathtaking I adored every sentence of this meticulously crafted story and there was not a wasted word on the 403 superbly written pages The narrative was so descriptive and enthralling I could hear the dog’s bark see and feel the lightning in the sky and smell the water in the bay Ms Fischer’s characters are appealing knowable clever enticing and expertly developed and detailed The story was deeply moving if not intoxicating with numerous tragedies and losses that fathomed my emotions in a manner that had me in tears several times – a remarkable achievement given my rather cold heart I ached for the little boy most of all denied a childhood yet ever insightful aware and protective of his family But my favorite character proved to be the unexpectedly complex policeman with a penchant for the finer things and excellent tastes in food creature comforts music and the soft touches and kindnesses that were exactly what these broken people were in dire need of Heavy Weather is my first Normandie Fischer read but it certainly will not be my last I hope she is busy working on a seuel as I am already in need of a return visit to Beaufort

  10. says:

    This was a hard week’s reading for me – I had somehow ended up with two books dealing with domestic violence in uick succession It’s odd how that happens sometimes When I accept books for review it’s often months in advance and I have no idea how they really land in my schedule It’s not an easy subject to read aboutHeavy Weather tells the story of Annie Mac a woman who has made some mistakes in her life but the greatest is marrying Roy a very violent man He lives in a world all of his own and he is king of that worldAnnie Mac is living in Beaufort trying to make a life for herself and her two children when Roy comes barging in with fists flying He wants his daughter and he is not going to let anyone get in his way He leaves Annie in a bloody broken pile but can’t find Katie – her older brother has hidden her well With her last conscious words Annie asks Hannah a neighbor to care for the kids until she’s better This leads to a a circle of comfort that Annie could never have imaginedThe book is told in alternating chapters – this conceit is getting very old It seems most of the books I have read lately are doing this – in the voices of different characters including Roy’s In this manner the reader learns about the circle of people who are helping Annie Mac survive her attack and find Roy to make him face justiceShe has trouble accepting and trusting at first but soon realizes that there is kindness in the world But Roy still lurks Will law enforcement get to him before he hurts Annie again?This was a book full of friendship love suspense and relationships I am not usually drawn to this type of book but I found myself really enjoying this tale other than the alternating chapter thing It moved right along and the characters were well developed I’d go back to Beaufort to revisit these characters again

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Heavy Weather

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Ild That town is Beaufort North Carolina Annie Mac’s estranged husband vows that nothing will stop him from getting his baby girl Not Annie Mac and certainly not that boy of hers Only four blocks away Hannah Morgan lives in comfort with her husband and dog making pottery and waiting for her best friend to come home When she discovers the two children cowering in the bushes and t. Sweet TeaLovel

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Death life family domestic abuse Heavy Weather explores all these themes in a memorable and compelling narrative When Annie Mac's life explodes like a storm at sea she is helpless to fight back Left for dead her two children targeted by her abuser her life appears to be over The people who help her show her how to weather a storm that she cannot controlIt takes a town to save a ch. I was taken wi

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Heir mama left for dead it doesn’t take her long to set her coterie of do gooders to some extra strength do gooding Add in Clay a lonely police lieutenant yanked out of his comfort zone and into the heart of this small family and who knows what will happen From the author of Becalmed comes this latest tale of the Carolina coast introducing some new characters to love and to loat. Normandie Fisc

  • Paperback
  • 408
  • Heavy Weather
  • Normandie Fischer
  • English
  • 17 October 2017
  • 9780986141607

About the Author: Normandie Fischer

Normandie had the best of several worlds a Southern heritage access to schooling in the DC area which meant lots of cultural adventures and several years of sculpture studies in Italy It might have been better for her if she'd used all these opportunities wisely but it's possible that the imperfect and the unwise also add fodder for the artist and the writerShe writes Southern women's