Neighbors

Neighbors

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by Jeanne Irelan
     
 
Paige Crowell, a childless widow in her late forties and bank vice-president, is finally beginning to feel at home in her 1900s house. She had become wary of involvement with any men that came into her life because of her faithless husband, now deceased. But she finds herself with a growing interest in her new pastor, Ken Geitner, a feeling that seems to be

Overview

Paige Crowell, a childless widow in her late forties and bank vice-president, is finally beginning to feel at home in her 1900s house. She had become wary of involvement with any men that came into her life because of her faithless husband, now deceased. But she finds herself with a growing interest in her new pastor, Ken Geitner, a feeling that seems to be reciprocated. Another romance has been going on with the extreme disapproval of her next door neighbor, the officious Martha Metcalf. Martha has been observing the new neighbors, the arty Carpenters, who have recently moved in across the street. Unlike the Metcalfs� son, Rick, who attends prestigious Duke, the Carpenters' beautiful daughter Aurora goes to a small college in Kentucky. Over the course of the summer, both romances blossom, but Stewart Carpenter, originally from Martha�s home town of Memphis, knows a secret that Martha has kept hidden. It takes a tragedy for the two families to decide about the direction their individual lives will take. It is through these troubles that Ken and Paige must decide about their own future.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013402522
Publisher:
Jeanne Irelan
Publication date:
09/26/2011
Series:
Foxhill , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
156 KB

Meet the Author

A fourth generation descendent of Scandinavian pioneers to Iowa, I have sandwiched my writing into a busy life as a wife, mother of three boys, journalist, Arts Council Director, and more recently, college teacher. Along with my ten published e-novels, I have both poetry and short stories in literary journals and other publications. Since the 1960s I have been a resident primarily of Tennessee with a brief sojourn in Texas. My writing in earnest began with a suggestion from a geologist friend, who had an idea for a thriller: thus, The Moho Proviso became a reality, recognized by the Nashville Tennessean for its timeliness. I joined the Writers Group at the college where I worked and have continued to produce novels in the various genres, including my new Foxhill series with the first book in that series, Flowers at Her Feet, set in a fictional historic district in Nashville. This was followed by Neighbors and Ever After. I like to think, though, that whether my work is a thriller, mystery, or coming-of-age, the protagonists share the same intentions to do the right thing in the face of various kinds of conflict and trouble.

I can be reached at as well as on Facebook. Also, I have a blog: www.scandiasouth.blogspot.com and a Website: which I hope you'll visit.

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