Evergreen: The Story of a Forbidden Love that was so Beautiful and Right

Evergreen: The Story of a Forbidden Love that was so Beautiful and Right

by Clyde R. Hedges


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Craig Sizemore is a troubled, frustrated seventeen year old beginning his senior year of high school. In his first period English Lit class he meets the school's new teacher, Ellen Wisely. Both are immediately drawn to each other. At first, they try to fight their magnetic attractaion. Craig begins to date Karen, who always feels that there is something between her boyfriend and their English teacher. As for Craig, he really cares about Karen and thinks of Miss Wisely as a woman he'll always love, but can never have. Then one night, Karen's old boyfriend returns to town and when Craig finds them together he turns to Miss Wisely for advice and help. In a few days, their love affair begins. What is right, and what is wrong? Evergreen considers these questions as it draws the reader into a beautiful romance which most people might consider wrong, but which was too right for either Ellen or Craig to deny.

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ISBN-13: 9781500232115
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/07/2014
Pages: 386
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Clyde Hedges was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana. Upon graduation from high school, Clyde enlisted in the army. While stationed in New England, he met his wife Marion. After mustering out, Clyde attended Fitchburg State Teachers College where he majored in secondary education with an emphasis in English and History.
Clyde, Marion, and their daughter Stacy settled in Evansville where Clyde taught history and economics. Stacy's health forced them to relocate to Las Vegas where Clyde and Marion taught for 23 years. They are now retired and live in Reno near their daughter Kelly and son-in-law John and grandson Carrick whom they dote upon continually.

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