In the course of life, bad things can happen, even to good people. Where that leads depends on determination and just plain luck. Eugenia Rae Foster stepped off the train in eastern Colorado, April, 1944, a young woman in trouble. Shy and backwards, pummeled by an abusive father and compromised in a brutal one night stand with a soldier, she finds herself abandoned by friends and family. Despite emotional and physical scars, Eugenia is determined to find a new life. Will Grant has his own troubles. The attack on Pearl Harbor left him terribly scarred and now he is but a shadow of his former self. Bitter and alone, discarded by a fiance who could not bear the sight of him, he has lost hope that life with meaning could be recovered. In a tiny cafe in La Junta, these two damaged people meet and find themselves drawn to each other. Both of their pasts hang heavy over them, but will these two be able to see past the scars? Together, with patience and understanding, can they find a love that runs deeper than the hurt they've experienced?
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|Size: ||756 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781631851384 (DRM-EPUB)|
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