Novels by T L Henry
Rowan is the developer and has a secret he has only shared with two women. Those two women happen to be his wife’s closest friends. How will his wife, Anna, react when she finds out what that secret entails? Will Blathe, a gossiping real estate agent who works for Rowan, find out that secret and purposefully crush Anna? Humor is added when an unkempt family decides they want to purchase a home in this affluent neighborhood. Will Blathe dissuade them to buy or will they win her over? When it rains, Laurel has dreams which give her insight into her past. What tragedy did Laurel experience and does she get revenge? T. L. Henry answers these questions in this serious, funny, tearful and thought provoking novel.
In the sequel to Secrets I’ve Been Keeping, Laurel has graduated from university and living a life of new beginnings in Belfast: a new job with a creepy boss, a flat all her own, a cruise with friends, and a chance reunion with Christian, a childhood friend of Cathal, her deceased brother. Laurel finally gives herself a chance at love. Will Christian be the man who unleashes the passion within her? Will Laurel open herself to this handsome friend from the past? Will Laurel’s memories of her brother’s friendship with Christian bring pain or closure to her? Laurel’s life revolves around love, friendship, and family ties until one fateful night when everything changes. She experiences a crisis which plunges her into the depths of depression. Laurel faces a crossroads — stay in Ireland and confront shame and humiliation or move to the United States and create a new life for herself.
Kate Langley’s life changes in a heartbeat when her mama dies. Katherine Langley, the proprietor of Langley’s Antiques and Gift Shop, leaves everything to her daughter, Kate—the cottage on Main Street, the antiques and gift shop, and plenty of money if she chooses to leave her dental career in Atlanta. After losing her fiancé to a motorcycle accident, Kate decides to move back home to the cottage in the coastal town of Seaside, North Carolina.
Entering Langley Antiques for the first time in months with Andy, her best friend from high school, Kate can’t believe what she sees. Watercolor paintings hang on the exposed brick wall. Mesmerizing her, the paintings grab hold of Kate, entrancing her with their beauty. Imagining the artist’s every brushstroke, she feels an intimate connection to the scenes portrayed in the paintings.
Although Kate’s mama was meticulous with her bookkeeping, there’s no trace of the artist. Who painted these visions that fill her with warmth and tenderness? How can she contact this mysterious artist?
Join Kate on her quest to find the artist and a second chance at love.
Take four couples about to graduate from high school, mix them together as friends and perhaps lovers, and you have the perfect recipe for a novel about coming of age in a demanding, confusing, and sometimes wonderful year of their young lives. From their idyllic and often riotous summer hiatus at a lake house where if you swim, you may be swimming in the nude, to the tension and joy of forming new romantic relationships. These are eight teenagers who learn from one another what it means to mature, to take risks, and to perfect the true art of friendship. From home to the lake to their senior trip in Cancun, T. L. Henry’s novel Meadowbrook Summer explores how young adults deal with love, family tragedy, and the inevitability of having to say good-bye to friends… and to childhood.