Eyes Like My Own: Who would guess that Celie O'Neil, a well-repected elementary school teacher, has a secret? As Celie confronts her past and meets the child she was pressured to place for adoption years ago, she learns about herself and the relationships that have affected her life. During the process, Celie meets a man she knows she could love, if only she could open her heart.story of two men, their wars, and loves. Both grow and mature in crucibles of conflict, the Civil War and World War Two. It is an epic tale told and lived by two men who represent different eras. One is a ninety-four year old veteran of the American Civil War; the other is his great-grandson, who is growing up in 1940. The old man begins his story with his enlistment at the age of fourteen. The boy listens carefully as he stands at the brink of another crucial time in America’s history. The Civil War and World War Two sagas follow the Fifty-Fifth Ohio Volunteer Regiment of 1861 to 1865, and the Marine Raiders in the Pacific. The story uncovers two love stories amongst the misery of war, the love between grandfather and grandson, and their love for the women who guide them. It is an account told through the eyes of ordinary men who stood tall at a time when their country needed them.
A Voice from the River – Monongahela, a romantic coming of age story, published in 2001.
Little Sisters of War is about a women’s college lacrosse team from the Shenandoah Valley who desperately tries to reach a championship, published 2002.
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