Monday, June 22, 2015

New Fiction

     Henry Hallstrom, a widower in his middle years, has unexpectedly encountered a woman who strikes him as perfect...almost. Having consigned his dear and quite unusual daughter Juliette to Athene Academy, the academic institution of which Amanda Everhardt is dean, he’s already inclined to think well of her, if only in defense of his decision to send Juliette there. But Dean Everhardt is as unusual as Juliette, and in the same way. One small detail is all that stands in the way of a second love for Hank and a first one for Amanda...but they’re so taken with one another that it might not obstruct them after all.

     A companion story, written under incredible demand pressure from the readers of “A Place Of Our Own.” Enjoy!

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