Meredith Moser served as an Army nurse in Vietnam. She went to Saigon in 1967 looking to help those in need. She didn’t expect to meet the love of her life along the way. Forty-seven years later, a summer vacation with her granddaughter, Jordan Gonzalez, puts Meredith on a collision course with someone from her past and sends Jordan on a journey toward an uncertain future.
When Meredith comes face-to-face with Natalie Robinson, a woman whose heart she once broke, can a love once lost be regained? When Jordan meets Natalie’s niece Tatum, wheelchair-bound as a result of injuries she suffered when her Marine unit came under fire in Afghanistan, will her anti-war beliefs prevent her from falling in love?
|Publisher:||Bold Strokes Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Yolanda Wallace has written dozens of short stories, which have appeared in multiple anthologies. She and her partner live in beautiful coastal Georgia. They are parents to four children of the four-legged varietya boxer and three cats. A writer since childhood, Yolanda has also become an avid photographer. She can often be found wandering the world trying to capture on film the elusive images she sees in her head.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A great,thought-provoking,lesbian romance that spans almost 50 years,from the Vietnam War to the present. An army nurse has to choose between two very different suitors and the story skillfully weaves between her past decisions and the present repercussions.