The Mansion

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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 from enjoying the 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 of community forces Vic Green, a successful neurosurgeon, and Julie, the new first grade ...
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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 from enjoying the 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 of 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

  • ISBN-13: 9781931365123
  • Publisher: Reading Research Institute
  • Publication date: 1/28/2011
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Mary Lee Peck lives in Ohio with her husband. They are empty-nesters now enjoying four grandchildren. She has been an educator for more than thirty years and is a Professor Emeritus at a small liberal arts college where she continues to educate future and post-baccalaureate teachers. She has a remarkable capacity to tell a story with loveable characters who experience many of the everyday trials that most lovers experience regardless of their age. Romantic novels represent her preferred genre for fictional reading and writing because of the psychological lift they provide to their readers and to their authors.

Other publications include books for children (Miss Molly's Moving Day; Dudley Dreads Decisions) and a college text on reading. A second novel, Fitzy's, will soon be released.

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