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When Broadway star, Taylor Morgan, met reporter Laura Collins twenty-five years ago, he had no idea of the twists and turns their lives would take. Three daughters. One granddaughter. Successful careers as a singer, actor, and author. The future is bright for Taylor and Laura as their youngest daughter, Annie, prepares to launch out on her own and Taylor and Laura contemplate a well-earned empty nest.
When Laura is offered the chance of a lifetime to travel to Bosnia for a writing assignment she can't pass up the opportunity. Taylor is reluctant to let her leave, but he knows there is no stopping Laura when she's set her mind to something. Then the unthinkable happens. . .and their world is ripped apart. "Happily ever after" becomes "what now?" as the Morgans face their greatest challenge and Taylor's girls are changed...forever.
Sabra Brown Steinsiek is a native New Mexican, born and raised in Carlsbad who now lives on the west side of Albuquerque with her husband, Will, and two cats, and leads a rich, full, fantasy life. She is the mother of one son, Jared.
Sabra's life has been tied to books and libraries for her entire life. Reading before she started school, she was the regular winner of the summer reading programs in Carlsbad and, in high school, won an essay competition on "If I Ran The Library". And that's exactly what she grew up to do. After volunteer library positions in school, Sabra became the Children's librarian for Carlsbad Public Library from 1982-84. Her library career continued with positions in the Albuquerque Public Libraries (now ABC Libraries) and the Law and Medical Libraries at the University of New Mexico until her early retirement due to fibromyalgia in 2005, when she began writing full time.
Sabra is also author, from various publishers, of three other books. Red Velvet Shoes: Contemporary Haiku (2005), The Lodge at Cloudcroft:100 Years of Hospitality (2011), and, "for children and those who have been children", The Tale of the Pronghorned Cantaloupe (2010-Rio Grande Books) which was also a New Mexico Book Award winner.