The Bond Of Brothers
Joanne Biscof is not afraid to tackle the age old problem of alcoholism. The reader sees the affects of liquor not only on the affected but on all those around. He “knew what a battle it was – the pull of the bottle each and every moment of each and every day.” People need to want to give up the addiction but they also need help from those around them.
Being hurt in the past means hearts are locked away. “Realities had taught her that a woman’s heart was best bundled up and hidden away.” There is a sadness surrounding a character who in her wish to guard her heart, has imprisoned it.