BITTERSWEET BEGINNING, a new story by Traci Wooden-Carlisle in the First Street Chruch KindleWorlds. Now available on Kindle & Kindle Unlimited! Get your copy today!
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ABOUT THE BOOK
Tony Cahill is at the top of his game as the starting kicker for the Scranton Sparrows. A crushing hit places him on the injured list, but even worse is the news of his grandfather’s passing. If that isn’t enough, his grandmother shares her desire to move back home to Sweet Grove but she is hiding something.
Once they reach Sweet Grove he is surprised by his usually healthy grandmother’s decline. Meagan Rowe, his grandmother’s new nurse/companion is an unexpected pleasure. She is the only woman with the ability to take his breath away when he’s in her presence. He can’t help but be drawn to her no matter how many miles will soon separate them. Though she seems a little young and overqualified as a support care worker, her energy and zest for life makes her perfect for his grandmother.
Meagan Rowe has lived in Sweet Grove for most of her life. It was a place of refuge after the death of her twin brother. Her brother’s terminal illness influenced her decision to become a nurse practitioner. For years it was the only career that made sense, both to her heart and for her family’s decimated budget. She loves helping people whom others have given up hope on but has begun to wonder if her chosen path is just a way to keep her brother close.
Imagine her distress when she discovers that the handsome and charming grandson of the sweet woman she cares for is on the Upton Foundation's board of directors. The same foundation that denied her family the financial help needed to take care of her brother as they felt he deserved.
Will hard feelings and a heartbreaking secret sideline this budding romance?
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