Consider this: in a matter of seconds, and at the touch of a button your livelihood and reputation can be destroyed. This is a chilling reality for millions of Americans who are victimized by on-line sexual harassment. Forty-seven percent of Americans, or one in twenty-five of us are affected by this crime, which borders on becoming an epidemic. For teenagers, when it comes to cyber-bullying the numbers jumps to one in ten.

Author Rochelle. B. Wellington’s new novel, SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER (LakeUnion)  highlights a growing problem for teenager’s oversharing and misunderstanding the impact of social media.

Emma and Bobby Ross enjoy a charmed life in their penthouse apartment on Ocean Drive on the shores of Miami Beach. Emma, Bobby and twin daughters, Lily and Zoe are  a model family and established members of a tight-knit community.

Then, on the night of the twins’ fifteenth birthday party, they learn of Zoe’s heartbreaking mistake—a private and humiliating sexual video that goes viral and plunges her and the Ross family into the center of an appalling public scandal.

As the family’s core is shattered by disgrace, judgment, and retribution, the fallout takes its toll. But for Emma, the shame runs deeper. Her daughter’s reckless behavior has stirred memories of her own secrets that could break a marriage and family forever.

This novel should make everyone wake up to the fact that social media can truly cause irreparable damage to a person. While it’s also good at times, as we’ve seen in the Parkland High-School movement, there is a darker side. From the opening of SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER, I was hooked on the story. Rochelle Weinstein holds nothing back when sharing the Ross family’s experience; an experience that any family could encounter. I found the story, characters and premise all compelling and timely.

To read why Rochelle wrote SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER, check out this article at “Your Teen Magazine”



Rochelle B. Weinstein is the USA Today bestselling author of What We Leave Behind, The Mourning After, Where We Fall, and the Spring 2018 release Somebody’s Daughter. Ms. Weinstein lives in South Florida with her husband and twin sons. She is currently writing her fifth novel, a love story based in the Florida Keys.

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Thanks to Get Red PR and Lake Union Publishing, we have one copy to giveaway.

Just tell us your favorite book which revolves around the mother and daughter relationship.

We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only, please


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24 thoughts on “SOMEBODY’S DAUGHTER by Rochelle B. Weinstein & GIVEAWAY

  1. Can’t think of a particular book but I think my daughter and I have a good relationship. I’ve learned to step back and ease off the questions and she has learned that no matter how old she gets I will always first be a mom and second her friend.


  2. Can’t really think of one other than Now That You Mention It by Kristan Higgins. The relationship between her & her mother when she moves back into her mothers. Good book! Can’t wait to read this book as well.


  3. Right off the top of my head the first book that comes to mind is “The Secret Between Us” by Barbara Delinsky.
    Thanks for this giveaway offer “Somebody’s Daughter” sounds like it will be a great read.


    1. Now That You Mention It by Kristen Higgins. The mother/daughter relationship swayed between sad to comical. Thank you for the chance to win this!


  4. I’ll copy a previous comment and say Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah. I read this book seven years ago and it still stands out in my mind.

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  5. Fortune’s Daughter by Alice Hoffman was one such book for me. I really enjoyed it as I saw differen5 perspectives that helped me in my own life!

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  6. “I’m not mad, I just hate you!” by Roni Cohen-Sandler and Michelle Silver. It’s an old book but I really enjoyed it. Thank you for the chance.


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