A Change of Heart

A Change of Heart

by Larry Hammersley
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A Change of Heart by Larry Hammersley

Leroy Doyle and Jody Stinson suffer unhappy relationships while in school and plan to avoid that when they get to college. Leroy scraps that resolve when he meets Jody, but she won�t let him into her life. It takes her six years to wake up, but is it in time?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016576138
Publisher: Wings ePress, Inc.
Publication date: 04/08/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 625 KB

About the Author

I am age 75 and have been married to Sue for 50 years, have two children and five grandchildren. I graduated from Purdue University with a B.S. in chemistry, and from Indiana University with an M.S. in chemistry. I have been writing science fiction for 38 years and more recently sweet romance. I have several short romance stories at various sites on the internet. I have six unpublished novels. I enjoy church work, writing, amateur radio, astronomy, jogging, and woodworking.

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Linda_Weaver_Clarke More than 1 year ago
An old-fashioned guy and an old-fashioned girl! This is a tender love story about a couple college students who get to know one another during four years worth of semesters. Jody is a stubborn but old-fashioned girl, who doesn’t want to conform to the modern day standards of the world and likes to wear skirts instead of pants. Leroy is attracted to her right off because she is beautiful and isn’t like the other girls around. She dresses differently, acts differently, and is confident with herself, but isn’t interested in a relationship. She avoids men like the plaque. Why? She has been burned one too many times and doesn’t trust them. Leroy seems to understand this and feels sorry for her. His attraction toward her is growing day by day and he finds it hard to stop thinking about her. He doesn’t understand why because she treats him rudely at times and won’t give him the time of day. So he offers his friendship in place of something more serious. Will Leroy eventually break through her hard crust? Written by Linda Weaver Clarke, Author