Forty years after meeting, falling in love with, and marrying Dust Off pilot Seth Martin then losing him when he’s declared MIA during the Vietnam War, Evangeline “Vangie” Martin decides it’s time to move on. After having him declared dead, she heads to a mountain resort for her fortieth high school reunion, hoping to reconnect with her high school sweetheart. But fate has other plans. The resort caretaker is none other than her Seth, but with no memory of his life before being shot down. When he refuses to acknowledge his true identity, Vangie must make a decision: If she is to have the love she’s waited for so long, she must forget the past and accept Seth as he is now. But can she?
A writer with a passion for teaching and speaking, Michele Huey writes an award-winning weekly newspaper column, God, Me, and a Cup of Tea. Two compilations of these writings have been published as devotional books. Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies and national publications. Her daily radio program aired on stations in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Alabama for 10 years.
A mentor for the Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild and The Writing Academy, Michele was a member of the team that rewrote two CWG courses. She serves as the assistant director for the annual Punxsutawney Christian Women’s Conference.
In addition to her addiction to reading, she’s an avid (sometimes rabid) Pirates fan and grandmother; loves baseball, Italian food, and hiking; and makes the best homemade pizza around. Michele and her husband, Dean, live in western Pennsylvania and have three grown children and five grandchildren.
Visit Michele online at www.michelethuey.com