Trish Milburn lives in the South with her husband. In what little free time she has, she likes reading, watching TV and movies (Is that her TiVo smoking?), hiking, and taking road trips. She has published several books with Harlequin American and Razorbill. She is a two-time winner of Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart Award.
Living in Colorby Trish Milburn
No longer will he be able to abuse her mother mentally or physically, and just maybe her mother might grow to see what he'd done to her was wrong. But with the death of Jim Bishop, Sabrina is now responsible for her mother's well-being since Ruby can't read or write and has
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After the death of her father, Sabrina Bishop feels a sense of relief that he's gone.
No longer will he be able to abuse her mother mentally or physically, and just maybe her mother might grow to see what he'd done to her was wrong. But with the death of Jim Bishop, Sabrina is now responsible for her mother's well-being since Ruby can't read or write and has lived a sheltered life. But Ruby has a very small comfort zone in rural West Tennessee, and that means she can't come live with Sabrina in Atlanta. Besides, Sabrina's job as an award-winning news photographer keeps her traveling around the globe most of the time.
As she tries to make suitable plans for her mother's future, Sabrina offers to take Ruby on a road trip to expose her to a world she's never seen. As they travel to sites such as Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park and the Gulf Coast of Florida, the trip becomes a journey of unexpected healing and self-discovery not only for Ruby, but for Sabrina as well.
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Thank you for this beautiful story. Having lived in an abusive marriage for almost 20 years (though it wasn't as bad as the mother's), I was able to relate to everything the mother went through. I did the same though it was in a more professional capacity. I look forward to reading more of your books.
Excellent book. Heartwarming.