Carol and Paul lived the good life for ten years. They met in college and married shortly after graduation. Paul was an engineer and traveled extensively with his job. It was only after Paul was killed in a plane crash that Carol realized she didn't know him at all. Left alone with no relatives and very few friends, Carol struggled to adjust. The sheltered life she had lived with Paul left her vulnerable and naive. Her husband's best friend and attorney John steps in to help Carol through the rough times after the accident. Somewhere between his rocky marriage and her loneliness they fell in love. The love affair ended when she announced an unwanted pregnancy. The choices she made altered her course of life drastically. Twenty years later when John's son is diagnosed with Leukemia and is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant Carol is faced with decisions. All efforts to find a donor have been futile. Should she come out of seclusion and search for the child she abandoned over twenty years ago or just continue to keep her head in the sand?qI know we hardly had any time yesterday and we have so much time to make up for. Ia#39;ll be available tonight also if you want to go out to eat.aquot; aquot;Thanks for the offer. I could sure use a friend right now.aquot; Ed waited all day for Carola#39;s call.
|Title||:||Ostrich in the Sand|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-02|