By Faith Underwood of Macon
344 pages, $15.95 (self-published)
What it’s about: Daydreams of an old flame’s lips, or cuddling up with a new romance, won’t untaint a poisoned love. In “Trigger,” Selena Harris eludes her problems by running to her fantasies. Yet, daydreams can’t keep her safe from the dangers of love, jealousy and heartbreak — or from living out her destiny.
The author says: My favorite line from the book is, “At least love.” It means the least we should always do is love.
Where to find it: diaryoffaith.com