Joy Cleveland is a writer, histotechnologist, wife, mother of four, and shameless grandmother of two adorable granddaughters. She lives in Iowa where there are few distractions and tons of cornfields, and where she has spent twenty-one years in the medical field. She has written short stories, plays for children, and quirky newsletters. This is her first novel.
To Call My Own
Hoping for a fresh start, Dr. Karis Henry accepts a position in Harbor, Missouri, a small, underserved town by Feather Lake. The long hours and demands of the community clinic are just what she needs - a way to bury the memories and control the pain. But the moment Clay Montes shows up, her plans fall to pieces.
Clay is a changed man who wants to right the wrongs of his past; at least, that's what he says. Why else would he work for a nonprofit and live in a camper? But he'll have to do a whole lot more than open his mouth because Karis isn't listening.
Her wounds are deep. Will the truth provide healing or jsut cause more pain?Buy Now on AmazonBuy from eLectio Publishing