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In their journey in life, people will encounter detours, shortcuts, challenges, and surprises – including love. When one woman steps out of the role her family expects her to fulfill, she embarks on a voyage to a place where she can begin life anew, not knowing that her life would change in ways she never imagined. Author J. K. VanDyke weaves an intriguing tale of romance that would take readers on a Sabbatical for Love.
Soon after Willow Roberts breaks an engagement to a man her Iowa family sees as her perfect match, she accepts a position as a working student for Mae Sutherland, a dressage trainer in Pennsylvania. Arriving in historical Bucks County, she realizes her photos of the horse stable have failed to prepare her for the panoramic, postcard view of Sutherland Manor where the mansion's overall message of age, power, and mystery creates the evocative sensation of a castle out of time—an unread tome of hidden secrets and untold stories. One of those stories belongs to Mae's handsome, enticing, and worldly grandson. Is Willow ready to open her heart again on this Sabbatical for Love? Readers can find out as they immerse in this truly engrossing read.
This book will be featured at the 2011 Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 12-16, 2011.
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About the Author
J. K. VanDyke has been writing novels about horses and families with unforgettably real characters since she was a child. Her writing, which spans the spectrum of human experience and emotion, is about the challenges of life, love, and determination. Her wit and positive view of human interactions make her novels emotionally exciting, humorously ironic, and pleasurably erotic. She says her genre is people; her purpose is to write books that are fun to read and hang in the mind long after they have been read.
Sabbatical for Love * by J. K. VanDyke
Publication Date: April 27, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 393 pages; 978-1-4568-5332-7
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