Sometimes people just connect. That is the way librarian Kate Murray feels when she meets Maggie McCallum, a lonely, troubled young teen. And when she meets the girl's father, Dr. Michael McCallum, Kate fears she may fall hard for them both. But there is a mystery to the McCallums: a missing mother and wife, whose death left both daughter and husband heavily burdened with guilt. It takes a shared interest in Shakespearean theater, a horrendous thunderstorm, and a willingness to let go of the past for these three to finally become a family.
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About the Author
Laura Anne Ewald is a former librarian turned freelance writer. An eclectic scholar with degrees in classical studies, drama, library science, and organizational communication, she is committed to the concept of "Everyman Theatre," bringing life's lessons to the world via good storytelling, whether it is in the form of novels, plays, or puppet theatre. She shares her home with her retired parents and six adopted stray cats. For more information, visit LauraAnneEwald.com.