The Middle Building On Treemont Avenue

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In The Middle Building On Treemont Avenue lives four women from four different walks of life that form an unbreakable bond.


In The Middle Building on Treemont Avenue, Asla Hall resides on the 11th floor with her husband. She’s successful and has everything a woman could wish for except a child, however she’s fully present in her husband’s daughter’s life…a child from an outside relationship.



In The Middle Building on Treemont Avenue, Layah Stone is a career-driven woman. As a young doctor she finds herself achieving all of her goals, however she fails miserably in the love department. Layah is dealing with a dark past and horrid childhood.



In The Middle Building on Treemont Avenue, Bailey hails from Atlanta, Georgia but settles on Treemont Avenue after landing the job of her dreams as the new and young face on the morning news. Bailey is also battling a mental illness and still she somehow finds love in the midst of her chaos.



In The Middle Building on Treemont Avenue, Tori is the youngest of the bunch and the firecracker of the crew. She’s built ford tough and has her fiery mother to thank for that. Tori is madly in love and struggles between being a lady or tucking her gun for once and for all.



Danielle Carleon crafts a coming of age story about four women who each discover something different about themselves once they all move into the same building and become friends. This full-length standalone is full of life’s lessons, love and focuses on the important of sisterhood.

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