4 Seasons Fiction Book Club : Winter Discussion - ONLINE

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Join us for the 4 Seasons Fiction Book Club's Winter Meetings! We'll be reading and discussing The Remedy for Love by Bill Roorbach, a thrilling winter survival tale, perfect for February!

Two meetings will be offered:

1. At the Library from 12 pm - 1 pm in the BorgWarner room (or large Study Room depending on the number of participants.) Register for the in-the-library meeting here: www.tcpl.org/event/4-seasons-fiction-book-club-winter-discussion-library-45283

2. Online. We'll use TEAMS rather than ZOOM and the link will be sent out before the meeting. You are on the registration page for this meeting so sign up below.

"The Remedy for Love" is available through hoopla and Overdrive in both the ebook and digital audio formats. Hoopla offers immediate checkouts with no waiting period!

A limited number of physical copies are available. If you prefer a traditional print copy, let me know in your response to the "special" question below.

"The Remedy for Love" is a harrowing story about the truths we reveal when there is no time or space for artifice.

They're calling it the "Storm of the Century," so Eric stops at the market for provisions on his way home from work. But when the unkempt and seemingly unstable young woman in front of him in line comes up short on cash, a kind of old-school charity takes hold of his heart - twenty bucks and a ride home is the least he can do, right? Trouble is, Danielle doesn't really have a home. She's squatting in a cabin deep in the woods, no electricity, no heat, nothing but the nearby river to sustain her. She'll need food, water, firewood, and that's just to get her through the storm: there's a whole Maine winter ahead.

So he gets her set up, departs with relief, climbs to the road, but his car has been towed with his phone inside, and the snow is coming down with historic speed and violence. There's no choice but to return to the cabin. Danielle is terrified, then merely hostile - who is this guy with his big idea that it's she who needs rescuing? As the snow keeps mounting, they're forced to ride out the storm together. For better and for worse. -- Goodreads summary