The Half Sister
Desiree Maddox, an overworked underpaid child advocate returns home to Baltimore to help her ailing mother. When her mother passes she finds a letter from her that reveals the true name of her deceased father. Her spiraling world comes to a screeching halt when she adheres to the letter's instructions. To make matters worse, and old flame continues to harass her.
Desiree, no longer an only child, meets with her two sisters. On a newfound journey, along with her sisters, she finds more than extended family. Amongst siblings, secrets, betrayal, and love, she also finds herself.
Emelle Henry is an Indie Author. As a former Victim Advocate, she incorporates Domestic Violence storylines in her fictional novels. The Half Sister, her debut novel, was published in 2019. It became a finalist for, The Best Book Awards, African American Women's Fiction Category, the same year. Her second novel, The Best Brother, is a continuation of the first one. Both stories include adventurous, funny, as well as serious family matters, with characters most readers can relate to.
Her current work, The L.O.M.I.E.R. (Life on Mars is evidently real) Project, is a Sci-Fi novel. Her future endeavors are to bring you more stories as she travels the globe for inspiration! Leave a comment below. Thanks!