While my book mainly focuses on Colleen, several other characters have more or less made a great impression. One of them is Ricky, Colleen’s nephew, who also happens to be Jeanette and Geoff’s son.
A few years have passed since Geoff left Driftwood to deal with his grief. During his absence, Colleen took the reins and raised Ricky until Geoff’s return. Their reunion is sweet and heart-warming as Ricky slowly begins to take on the responsibilities of what he believes a man should have.
With that in mind, having a positive male role model can benefit both boys and girls. As we become better versions of ourselves, let us not forget how this step can influence the next generation. When we improve ourselves, we improve others with us. Stay safe and offer a thank you to the positive male models in your life.
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Hey, is there anybody out there who has any questions about any of my novels? I would be happy to talk to you about them!
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PS: I want to thank Jane from The Moving Words for all of her help. She’s fantastic!!
An intriguing story with plenty of twists and turns to make an interesting read.
Thanks Jim, sounds like you enjoyed it. Wait until the softcover comes out I added some additional “out of this world” Donna idea…LOL
Hey Jim, thanks for your remarks. Sounds like you enjoyed it. There are some “Out of this world Donna” changes coming in the softcover being published soon.
Hope you check it out!!
Thanks for your input.
Hope everyone is enjoying their time reading; especially my current novel The Portal. Let me know your thoughts!!