Every Day a Bird Learns How To Fly

9722 Hellingly Place
Montgomery Village, MD 20886
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Romance Novel, Drama, Adultery Novel. Illicit Affair, Adolescent Romance, Forbidden Affairs, Affairs, 1958, 1950's novels, 1957 Ford, Antique shopping, antiques, collectibles

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Midwest Book Review gives the novel 5 out of 5 stars. A teenager and his best friend's young attractive stepmother fight hard to prevent a close tender relationship from developing. She falls back on her religion and he focuses harder on his schoolwork. Carol had beautiful green eyes, smelled wonderfully, dressed elegantly and wore a gold chain around her neck that disappeared oh so mysteriously into her blouse. But she belonged in another world where Jimmy was only a visitor. Travel back to 1958--A lady's '57 Ford, a mysterious neck chain, and a secluded cabin set the stage for the final struggle ending climax. The story is delcately handled, with elements of sadness, style and humor. Midwest Book Review Writes: "Jimmy and Carol are stuck in a conflict of love and respect, and have no idea which will win out.....a fine addition to any romance shelf and for anyone who wants a controversial love story." Autographed and Inscribed by Author..FREE SHIPPING.

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