Foster’s Way, Book One
A Heartwarming Contemporary Romance
Author: Margaret McGaffey Fisk
Publisher: TTO Publishing
eBook Publication Date: October 2016
Print Publication Date: November 2016
Formats: Mobi (Kindle), ePub (Nook, Kobo, etc.), PDF, and print
eBook ISBN-13: 978-1-63139-024-1
Print ISBN-13: 978-1-63139-025-8
Print page count: 212
A country music star walks away to raise his son after his ex-wife dies in a car accident. But she never gave him the chance to be a father. His mistakes with an angry pre-teen make it easy for a former counselor of at-risk city kids to see danger in this small town. They must overcome her suspicious nature and his worries about being recognized before Foster’s Way has a chance of becoming home.
Country star Brian Lakes abandons his career when his ex-wife dies so he can raise his estranged son. He buys a rundown Victorian to restore with Nick in a little town far from the music scene. However, connecting with a grieving pre-teen proves a lot harder than he’d expected, with Nick rejecting every overture.
Celia Baker retires early to recover from the stress of counseling at-risk kids. She struggles against loneliness and reactions honed in the city that contradict life in the sleepy town of Foster’s Way. When she befriends an unhappy boy at the park, though, all her instincts go on alert.
Celia has little reason to trust and Brian has his hands full, but a twelve-year-old boy and a beloved guitar keep drawing them together. If they listen to the music of their hearts, they just might earn a second chance at life.
Join a good-hearted woman and a struggling single dad in their quest for love and life in a small town.
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