Dedicated and enthusiastic reporter Anne Glanden longs for the news story to propel her freelance career and facilitate a move from her beat in lower Delaware. The local murder trial of Grace Sharpton, accused of killing and dismembering her husband of thirty years, promises to become Anne's stepping stone. As the murder trial fizzles, Anne's heart becomes entangled with Air Force Lieutenant Trey Jordan, who is stationed at the local base nearby and happens to be dating her roommate. Trey grapples with his own conflicts and commitments - the escalation of military deployment in the Middle East, a possessive girlfriend, a manipulative mother, a demanding family - but his interest and attraction to Anne is undeniable. Just when their relationship seems promising, Anne collides with her heart. The key to solving the murder becomes the key to the future for Anne and Trey. But getting together is only the beginning of the journey. Landing Home pinpoints the pitfalls of beginning, developing and sustaining a relationship in today's uncertain world. It's the heartbreak and fun of falling in love until we finally find that place called home.And dona#39;t make light of my work. It pays the bills, sweetheart, and helps pay off my college loans, too. By the way, a Anne paused to add over her shoulder before heading out the door to hang up the wet clothes on the backyard clothesline, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Sue A. Monaco|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2003|