Mary Jo Summerhill, kindergarten teacher, was very much in love with Boston blue blood and political hopeful Evan Dryden. But his mother didn't feel that Mary Jo was the right kind of women for her son and tells Mary Jo so. Thinking she is helping Evan's career by getting out of his life, she walks away. After three years, she is in need of Evan's help, and she learns that she loves him as much now as she did before.
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About the Author
When Debbie Macomber started out as an author, she was a young, dyslexic mother of four who wrote in her kitchen on a rented typewriter. Years later, she's the bestselling author of dozens of heartwarming novels that celebrate love, laughter, and the bonds of family and friendship. Her Cedar Cove and Blossom Street series include some of her most popular titles, and five of her Christmas books have been turned into Hallmark Channel movies.
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Hometown:Port Orchard, Washington
Date of Birth:October 22, 1948
Place of Birth:Yakima, Washington
Education:Graduated from high school in 1966; attended community college