Change is scary, and Suzanna Wallace knows she has to take the plunge after her husband's sudden death. Her grown daughter promises to take care of her, "just like Dad did," without realizing how chilling those words sound to her mother.
Small changes-buying a dog, and getting a jeep in military camouflage colors-lead to Suzanna's escape on a road trip away from home and her adult children. Her goal? Discover who she is and what she wants to do with the rest of her life.
She becomes reacquainted with Jonathan Kingsley when she arrives in Montana, looking for a place to stay. He offers her a room in his ranch house, but she refuses to be beholden to another man, and convinces him to rent her a rundown cabin on his property, where she stays for the summer.
When Jonathan asks Suzanna to return to the ranch and build a life with him, Penny delivers an ultimatum. Suzanna is now faced with a choice that will alter her life forever. How can she remain devoted to her grown children without sacrificing her identity?
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About the Author
Living between Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC means I can enjoy the quieter life and slower pace of a small city and still be in easy range of the pleasures of a world-class city and all it has to offer. In this case, two of them!
My stories reflect the different careers I've had and are set in and around where I have lived, though the towns named are not necessarily ones you've visited.
My characters experience crises that confront real men and women. Wouldn't it be great if the real people you and I know could also enjoy similar happily-ever-afters?
I love to hear from readers. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.