David Sands lost his wife three years ago. Still immersed in grief, he procrastinates about his promise to sell the contents of her antiques-filled condominium and donate all proceeds to the non-profit foundation they established to support families of MIA and POW soldiers. For David, selling everything means accepting she’s gone.
Debra Hughes was his wife’s best friend and antiques business associate. Debra’s dealt with the loss of her friend in every way except one: her promise to look after David. Feelings for him, unrelated to loyalty to her friend, have become an emotional liability.
The estate executor requires David to complete the terms of his wife’s will and assigns Debra to oversee the liquidation. As David and Debra labor side-by-side, their bond grows into mutual attraction.
Will keeping their promises open their eyes and hearts to the possibility of a future together?
About the Author
Award-winning author Judythe Morgan was an Air Force daughter then an Army wife and a one time-Department of Army Civilian employee. She's also a mother/grandmother, antiques dealer, teacher, former mayor's wife, and sometimes-church pianist. Her diverse experiences have made her life full, her stories authentic, and her characters vivid. Her fiction has earned numerous writing awards.