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US Air Force Colonel Benjamin "Benny" Alexander has been raising his daughter, Whitney Ivy, alone while continuing to search for the woman they both love. US Navy Lieutenant Stacy Greene has been deployed and the fact that no one in the Pentagon will reveal her mission or duty station makes Benny more determined to find her. His search will lead him from Tokyo, Japan, to the Blue Ridge Mountains around Asheville, North Carolina. He's on a mission of his own: to find the mother of their child and the woman he loves more than his next breath.

Vivian Alexander, Benny's younger sister, and her law school cohorts and housemates are on a parallel mission without realizing they are putting their lives at risk. Vivian has other issues to resolve that, for her, may also be life altering. She is uncharacteristically caught in a prism of emotions, commitments, and obligations. Only her family's support can see her through her crises of conscious.

The Alexander family of Summer County, South Carolina, is richly steeped in their ancestral traditions and embrace life, living it to the fullest. The strength and selflessness of the family links them together as tightly as the gold chain that each family member wears. Their relationships with others in their extended family promise that what threatens one will be faced by all. The bond that binds them is strong, but the challenges they face may be stronger.

©2016 Ann Jeffries (P)2019 Ann Jeffries

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Northern Exposures.

Wow absolutely loved this story, the characters the emotions you go through with this story the highs and lows, the rollercoaster ride, happy tears and sade tears, listening and reading about people fall in love have children, heart aches and many more emotions for a very good story.

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  • 24-10-19

Great book

There’s Romance, drama, suspense, intrigue and emphasis on family! This is one of the best ones of her’s I have listened to so far in the series.

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  • Pamela
  • 03-12-19

Family Reunion

Ok to start with I usually put the two maim characters as the title but that won’t work here. I must admit there are so many characters I had a little trouble keeping up but as the story unfolded more it got easier. I want to be a part of this family and friends they are my kind of people. The story revolves around a big annual reunion and learn of each other’s separate lives. I really enjoyed this. Let’s talk narration... Logan McAllister does an amazing job with all of these characters. Again there are many and he manages to give them all life. Loved his narration. I recommend this book!

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  • Tim Little
  • 16-07-21

Couldn't finish

Sorry but I found the writing sophomoric and dry. The narration could not pull it out and I had to quit at chapter 6.