Together Now

Together Now

by Cathleen Ellis
Together Now

Together Now

by Cathleen Ellis

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Overview

14-year-old Emily cherishes her long-time friendships with Coop, Kate, Nate, and Pete. These high school sophomores enjoy the time they spend together writing plays, composing music and creating lyrics as 5 group. Best friends, Emily and Kate, plan their future dreams, Emily in engineering and Kate in drama. At the Fall Festival they perform their own musical, 'The Princess and her Dragon.' The success of the play encourages them to expand their drama efforts.

5 group hate losing Pete, who is forced to move away. All of them participate in a community theater production as 4 group. Understudies, Coop and Kate, take the lead roles when illness strikes two main characters. Sexual temptation and alcohol overtake the four of them after they celebrate the play's completion. Emily begins a friendship with Ethan and that summer works in the office of a construction company, moving her closer to her engineering dream. After months of being apart, 4 group come together as singers at an outside church Christmas program.

Both Emily and Kate lose parents, Kate's dad and Emily's mom. 5 group (with Pete back) gather after they all graduate from college and shares their jobs, schooling and future plans. Emily acknowledges her nagging doubt about her mom (Ann). She finds a diary hidden in a dress in her mom's closet. While reading the diary Emily learns about her mom's past. 'Together Now' is the final book of The Jenny/Ann Trilogy including 'Christmas Bright' and 'Baskets on Christmas Lane.'


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940157588687
Publisher: Cathleen Ellis
Publication date: 02/20/2017
Series: The Jenny/Ann Trilogy , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 585 KB

About the Author

Cathleen Ellis is a Colorado native. She and her husband, John, live in the northern part of the state. They have four sons, three daughters-in-law, and four grandchildren. Cathleen draws the inspiration for her love stories from the lives of young people with whom she has lived and worked her entire life.

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