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About the author:
Donna B. McNicol retired after 30+ years in the IT industry. In 1996 she started moonlighting in freelance writing; she spent the next ten years writing for such online sites as The Mining Company, Suite101, BellaOnline and About.com.
In 2005, a year into widowhood, she decided to ride the 48 continental US states on her Harley-Davidson motorcycle, solo. She managed to ride through 42 states, covering over 27,000 miles. In 2006 she decided to try her hand in the world of blogging. She now maintains several blogs on varying topics including her writing and an upcoming two month motorcycle ride via Route 66.
Donna currently lives and travels full-time with her husband, Stu, and their pup, Sadie, along with their two Harley-Davidson motorcycles in a 41' fifth wheel toy hauler trailer pulled by their medium duty Freightliner.
D. B. McNicol
Continued from the prequel short story, "Lost and Found": After a move back home to rural Kansas, single mom Sarah looks forward getting back to a simpler lifestyle but her eight year old son, Brian, thinks differently. They have to forget some of their big city ways that might set them apart from new hometown. No city buses, no big movie cinemas, no street lights and no 911 service.
Sarah worries that Brian will grow bored and get into trouble but she has her own worries, like finding a job to support them. There isn't much call for more waitresses in a town with one diner and a coffee shop. How will she support them so they can stay here in her home town?
Then there is the hunky sheriff who's also new to town, Carl Pierce, who seems to be quite interested in learning more about Sarah and her son. Will his ex-wife cause them problems? What about Sarah's ex? Will Brian rebel at the thought of another man in his life? What happens when the tornado rips through the area?
- Publication Date:
- 1482593459 / 9781482593457
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Romance / Contemporary