Then she discovers he is the cruel owner, and that the company she loved -- the company that cared so much about the adults with disabilities who lived in their homes -- is in a downward spiral that puts the life of one of her friends at risk.
Romance, job loss, life coaching, hidden family treasures, and a secret about an uncle she'd never met -- Paige learns that life is More Than A Job.
|Publisher:||Desert Breeze Publishing, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)|
About the Author
She has been part of the Disability Rights movement since 1979, and continues to consult with organizations that serve people with disabilities.
Lynette grew up in Illinois, met her husband in Western Nebraska, lived 25 years in Kansas where their daughter was born, and has been in Fresno, California since 2000. She has a son-in-law (who lives with her daughter nearby), and has rescued a dog and three cats. She and Ollie, her terrier mix, volunteer as a team at the local library, where children read to the dog.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
P.J (Paige) has always been an advocate for people with disabilities. She has sculpted her career out of not only helping those people but helping others learn to care for them as well. This has left her little time for anything even resembling a social life. Her friends are mainly co-workers and some of the residents and their families. She suffers a hard blow when she is let go from her position because while it is her job she is so invested it is way more to her. On that same day she literally runs into the man who will change her life for the better. While at first she seems to think her life is coming to an end she gets some great help from some friends, support from her family an d starts to open herself to God’s gifts once again. Joshua can’t get the blue eyed beauty he ran into out of his mind. He has tried to reach out to her on various occasions with no luck. He happens to run into her on one of his runs and their relationship takes off from there. Both of their feelings are strong and neither is quite prepared. Joshua has only told Paige a generalization of what he does and when his profession comes to light it causes major issues. This story is well written with some great underlying messages. You can feel the passion these two share not only for each other but others as well. It is also not without some major twists that will have your head spinning I can’t wait to see what the next installment in the series brings