Halfway to a Southern Heart

Halfway to a Southern Heart

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Rebecca grew up in a well-to-do family in Memphis. For years, her father wanted her to marry the son of a family friend, but Rebecca did not love him. No sooner had she turned eighteen, than she became pregnant by Vernon; a man she barely knew. Before she could share the good news with him, he suddenly left Memphis, never to return. Devastated, she had no choice but to give up the baby. Her parents sent her away to hide her growing shame, and arranged for an adoption. But Rebecca couldn't go through with the adoption, and made her own plans. With her secret secured, she returned home and dutifully married. In time, she gave birth to another child. Life was good, until fate stepped in threatening to expose her secret. A series of events ensued that not only threatened to destroy her family, but also the lives of a family living in the fertile cotton belt of Arkansas.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 15mm | 349g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514232804
  • 9781514232804

About Anthony Mays

Anthony was born and raised west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He went into military service at the age of seventeen, retiring after serving twenty years. Anthony subsequently received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Too young to stop working, he made a second career as a federal civil servant, enjoying positions for both the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Veterans Affairs. Along with his wife Sherry, he enjoys sharing the experiences of their three children, their significant others, and four blessed grandchildren. Most vacations are spent near water where Anthony envisions finding the next great treasure trove. In the meantime, he is excited to take pieces of his life experiences and mold them into fictional works of art.show more

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