Anne Taylor Fleming

As If Love Were Enough

As If Love Were Enough is a novel about the intense bond between two very different sisters who lose each other for a long post-childhood period then come back together under odd and arresting circumstances. The author tackles some big themes--organ transplants, infidelity, divorce, God--but it is the small moments, the spats and furtive phone calls, that give the book its heart and core.



Fleming tackles some big themes--organ transplants, infidelity, divorce, God- but the novel is propelled by a series of small moments, spats and furtive cell phone calls, that have the sound and feel of conversations overheard. -- Robert Ito, Los Angeles Magazine

Selected Works

Fiction
As If Love Were Enough is a novel about the intense bond between two very different sisters who lose each other for a long post-childhood period then come back together under odd and arresting circumstances.
Marriage: A Duet is a pair of novellas about infidelity, bringing into sharp focus the complications and consequences created by spouses who--despite their genuine bonds of love--are unfaithful.
Non-Fiction
Motherhood Deferred is a gutsy exploration of the generation of women who came of age during the women's movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, coupled with the author's very personal story of her later-in-life attempts to have a baby.

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