Overview

The Mansion is a heartwarming story about the struggle of two young professionals who share a secret that has controlled their lives for years. When Julie Carter returns to Fenway, her life takes an unexpected turn as she is forced to face the memory that has kept her away from the small town that she loved and the intimacy that she craves. The town's battle to save the historical mansion that has served as an icon of love for the community forces Vic Green, a successful neurosurgeon, and Julie, the new first ...
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The Mansion

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Overview

The Mansion is a heartwarming story about the struggle of two young professionals who share a secret that has controlled their lives for years. When Julie Carter returns to Fenway, her life takes an unexpected turn as she is forced to face the memory that has kept her away from the small town that she loved and the intimacy that she craves. The town's battle to save the historical mansion that has served as an icon of love for the community forces Vic Green, a successful neurosurgeon, and Julie, the new first grade teacher, to finally face the memory that has fueled their dislike for one another. A romantic triangle keeps the reader wondering about its resolution. Readers will fall in love with the characters and enjoy reading the book repeatedly.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014748988
  • Publisher: Reading Research Institute
  • Publication date: 5/20/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 252
  • File size: 414 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Lee Peck earned her Ph.D. in Education from The Ohio State University. She has taught at all levels from preschool to graduate school. She is the author of The Mansion, Breakfast With Friends, Raven's Call, and Raven's Son. She has also authored several children’s books and a college textbook in reading instruction.

The Mansion was inspired by life in the small town where she was born and where her grandparents actually owned a small store. In each of her books, she creates strong, memorable characters that linger in the memories of readers long after the story has finished. Her vivid descriptions enable the reader to visualize the settings as if they were actually there.
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