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Heir To The Good Times
     

Heir To The Good Times

by Jeannine D. Van Eperen
 

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"Where's the youngster? Grant asked. "Church," Derek answered. "Between that and St. Benedict's I'll make a priest out of him yet." Priest! The word flung into Devlyn's brain and buried itself there. He could not believe his ears. A priest! I don't want to be a priest. He remembered that St. Benedict's was a seminary as well as a boarding school. He was thunderstruck.

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"Where's the youngster? Grant asked. "Church," Derek answered. "Between that and St. Benedict's I'll make a priest out of him yet." Priest! The word flung into Devlyn's brain and buried itself there. He could not believe his ears. A priest! I don't want to be a priest. He remembered that St. Benedict's was a seminary as well as a boarding school. He was thunderstruck. A priest, for Pete's sake! A priest! He'd have even less freedom than he had now. He tried to shut out the thought.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014133609
Publisher:
Wings ePress, Inc.
Publication date:
03/01/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
497 KB

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Meet the Author

Gigolo is Jeannine�s twenty-seventh published book. Though she cannot remember ever not making up stories, she never seriously considered writing as a profession while in school. That seemed to be something people in New York did and she lived mostly in New Mexico. Though after a while she did begin sending in manuscripts and receiving rejections. She wrote while she worked in various businesses. She was in banking, an insurance office manager, director of publicity for a university, and a motel manager. Jeannine was born in Wisconsin; lived in Chicago, Illinois; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Tustin, California; San Leandro, California; Seattle, Washington; several other places, and now resides in the state of her birth, Wisconsin. She is the daughter of Henry and Mildred Tyrack, mother of Daniel Michael McGrew and wife of Louis Van Eperen. She and Lou love to travel and often do so. Jeannine loves to include many of the places she�s visited into her stories, and because she�s been there, she knows her settings are authentic. When not traveling or writing, she enjoys reading, needlework, playing Euchre with her friends and trying to play her Casio keyboard.

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