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Brendan and Casper have lived most of their lives on a Christmas tree farm in Verona, Indiana, but when Brendan is offered the position of head football coach at Indiana University, he can’t resist. The couple leaves all that they know behind and moves to Bloomington to begin a new chapter of their lives.  

Brendan is living his dream, but Casper finds something missing. Soon, he fills the void by becoming the big brother of a troubled youth, and a new chapter of Brendan and Casper’s life begins.

©2019 Mark A. Roeder (P)2019 Mark A. Roeder

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this a one really good novel by mark a roeder one year can listen too more than once

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  • Greg D
  • 07-11-21

wrong narrator for the job

it was very strange to have this book, set in the Midwest narrated by someone with a British accent. I don't know who keeps making these bad narration decisions but it would be amazing to hear these books with the right voices.