*2005 Reviewer's Choice-Masterpiece Books*

Barbara Malone has endured a bad marriage, raised four children, and then loses her husband to a heart attack. She finds the courage to join the Peace Corps and is assigned to Honduras. The story follows her work there, as well as the happenings in the lives of her children. The reader will rejoice as she finds a new life there and a new love. Mother Love is very well written, one of those you just can't put down until you finish it.
Rating: 4 Flames- *Rare Find*
Wilma Frana, Book Reviewer, Word Museum.com

Ann McCauley shines in Mother Love, a warm, wonderful story of one woman's journey into self discovery. -Lindsay Randall, Author ...a corking good story in Mother Love...compelling narrative because it comes straight from a mother's heart. It's a good read and I recommend it.
J. Nakjavani, Freelance Nature/Ecology Writer

Ann McCauley treats readers to a broad look at family dynamics in her debut novel...a tale of a widowed, retired nurse who leaves her comfortable lifestyle in Pennsylvania to become a Peace Corps volunteer- no matter how her adult children feel about it. Mother Love keeps readers turning the pages.
Lauren Nichols, Author