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Riassunto: Sixty-year old divorcee Cammy Jackson had a secret, a terrible secret that she’d been hiding for twenty-six years, and if her luck held up, she’d carry it to the grave with her! Yes, she would! And why shouldn’t she? She deserved to keep it hidden! She’d earned the right! After all, hadn’t she spent her entire adult life raising her two children alone and carrying on the legacy of her rather unorthodox ancestors and founders of her home town, Two Plantations, FL? She’d been ‘paying it forward’ or ‘giving back’ to this town, her home, just as she’d been taught to do, just as each generation before her had done. Surely she deserved to keep this one secret?! And then fate did to her what it always seems to do when one least expected it. It slapped her in the face, and the hand that it used belonged to Caleb ‘Sug’ Wellington, the only man she had ever truly loved and who had the audacity, the nerve to return to Two Plantations as its new police chief and, by doing so, threatened to bring Cammy’s world crashing down around her. Damned secret! It would destroy them all!
About the Author: Irene Gilliam still lives in the city where she was born – Tallahassee, Florida. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in English and master of education degree from Florida A & M University. Irene retired as a community college English professor after working for over thirty-six years as an educator. She loves spending time with her two grandchildren, Kristopher and Kennedy, her daughter, ‘Mickey’ and husband, and her sister and brothers. She enjoys writing, traveling, and reading, particularly reading romance novels. Although she has been writing poems and stories most of her life, Never too Late for Love is her first published work.
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Descrizione libro CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 278 pages. 8.50x0.63x5.50 inches. This item is printed on demand. Codice libro della libreria zk1480257354