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None of us can tell when a chance meeting will change or lives. A brief encounter, quickly forgotten, could in another time of place become a defining moment that will change our lives forever.
Taylor Morgan - Broadway star. He is content with his life until he meets the woman who changes that contentment to an aching need.
Laura Collins - newspaper reporter. Her assignment to interview Taylor is the catalyst that forces her from the safe cocoon she has always known.
Annie Miller - Taylor's best friend. Facing a trauma that will ultimately tear her from her only child, she turns to Taylor for help.
Cary Edwards - television reporter. Handsome, ruthless, and cold, he doesn't care whom he steps on in his quest to reach the top.
A tale as old as time and as current as cyberspace; set in locales from Albuquerque to Italy, Tampa to Catalina Island; weaving together four lives through violence, love, and loss; proving that Timing Is Everything.
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.