A story of love A bleak childhood igniting fears of life and love throws Juanita in a triangle of damaged hearts with a father and son. An unknown visitor rings at the gate of famous plein air artist, Auggie Mondo, asking to see her grandpa and a story of love unfolds. Tragedy, tears, and suspense surround struggling characters and spirits. How can a father push his son away? What makes a daughter fear a mother who is dead? Can a child sent across the country to a private school at the age of nine forgive his father? Housekeeper Juanita Lorenzo goes from rags to riches and discovers she must mend her own heart before she finds joy, happiness, and love while a mother and wife on the other side works to reunite husband and son.
BIOGRAPHY Born and raised near rural towns, Paul Keene spent his childhood close to the banks of the Snake River. The American author taught school in Idaho, Oregon and California. After retiring, he returned to Idaho near the Birds of Prey. Herman Wouk, Max Shulman, and Stephen King influenced Keene’s love for satirical humor, ghosts, and horror.
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