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Belvidere author unleashes a different kind of romance
BELVIDERE, Ill. — Author Allison A. Buchstaber’s new romance novel, The Unseen, depicts the real test of true love.
The Unseen introduces readers to siblings Dan, Matt and Sue. Living in his brother’s shadow, Matt never seemed to attract his parents’ attention, unlike Sue and Dan. No matter how hard he tries, there seems to be no way to receive the attention for which he longs.
When Matt had returned home from serving in the military, he found his brother, Dan, was married to a beautiful woman named Sarah. And in one random misjudgment, an attraction was ignited that drove this family further apart. It was easy to see how much Dan and Sarah loved each other, but when certain events began happening and questions were being raised, their love had to go beyond what was seen and into The Unseen.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Buchstaber resides in Belvidere, Ill. She is attaining a bachelor’s degree in religion at Liberty University. She has one grown daughter and keeps companion with two of her cats. Her many interests include gardening, bird watching, sewing, needlepoint and baking.
From the March 12-18, 2014