The Highland Six Pack's Maggie: Book Two of the Highland Six Pack Series

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Shy Maggie loves Evan and has depended on him since they were childhood neighbors. He began as her playmate, her pseudo brother, and when they were old enough to have sex he became her Prince Charming. She wants nothing more than to marry him, and goes away to college clinging to that ideal. Even her best friends and roommates on Highland Street can't persuade her to try on anyone else. After graduating, while Evan establishes himself as an attorney, Maggie still holds hope, living a solitary life in a little ...
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Overview

Shy Maggie loves Evan and has depended on him since they were childhood neighbors. He began as her playmate, her pseudo brother, and when they were old enough to have sex he became her Prince Charming. She wants nothing more than to marry him, and goes away to college clinging to that ideal. Even her best friends and roommates on Highland Street can't persuade her to try on anyone else. After graduating, while Evan establishes himself as an attorney, Maggie still holds hope, living a solitary life in a little apartment, at times wavering, questioning the wisdom of waiting, but when he proposes with a huge diamond she happily accepts the timing as right. Not until events soon bring a temporary move back home with her mother does she see her life, her choices, her ingrained desires for what they are, forcing her to find a place for Evan to fit.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481066617
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/29/2012
  • Pages: 164
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

Meet the Author

R.S. Oatman, in addition to the Highland Six Pack series, is the author of previous books UniverSoul Ways and The Lindsay Whalen Story. Her varied interests, exemplified by her diverse writings, center on the mechanics of personal choices in all realms of life. She says of the Highland series, "I am a writer and the mother of two grown children like Sadie, have adoption in my family like Maggie and admit to her all-around insecurities. I deeply identify with Cat's search for answers and Wren's work on internal traits and, of course, like many of us, hope my Cherry side gets under control before it's too late. That takes being Sydney more often than not."
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