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From the author of The Space Between Before and After comes a compelling novel that explores the true meaning of family.
When Roy Vines married his wife, Rosalind, he traded his family and his inheritance for lovea painful choice that has blessed them with years of joy nestled in rural North Carolina with their beautiful daughters, sixteen-year-old Lola and little Janie Ray.
But their happiness is threatened when Rosalind suddenly falls ill. Desperate to get her the help she needs, Roy does the one thing he swore he'd never doturn to his heartless and bitter identical twin brother, Mont, for help.
The price is steepand includes opening their home to a teenage boy who believes Roy is the father who abandoned him. As bad blood threatens to destroy her family, Rosalind must make a difficult choice. Should she walk awaylike Roy once didfor love, or try to mend wounds that may never be healed? And will the pain of choosing be more than her heart can bear?
About the Author
Jean Reynolds Page lives with her husband and three children in Wisconsin.
Praise for Leaving Before It's Over…
“Rosalind and the children are remarkably portrayed.”