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It Started in June
Susan Kietzman

Kensington
June 2018
On Sale: May 29, 2018
Featuring: Grace Trumbull
352 pages
ISBN: 1496714229
EAN: 9781496714220
Kindle: B075C4K6GY
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Romance Contemporary | Women's Fiction Contemporary

Susan Kietzman's engrossing and thought-provoking novel explores the choices and revelations that come with life's most unexpected events.

Grace Trumbull's after work drink with Bradley Hanover, a handsome younger colleague, on a warm summer night turns into an impulsive, intimate encounter. After a few weeks of exhilarating secret dates, Grace—forty-two and divorced—realizes she's pregnant.

For Grace, whose estranged mother refers to her own teenage pregnancy as her biggest mistake, the prospect of parenthood is daunting. She's just been made vice president of a media relations company and is childfree by choice. Still, something deeper than her fear makes her want to keep the baby. She knows she can be a better, more capable parent than her mother was to her.

As months pass and seasons change, Grace questions her decision to include Bradley in her plans. But they continue to navigate their complicated relationship, each struggling with what it means to make a commitment to someone. Most importantly, Grace begins trusting her instincts—maternal and otherwise—finding courage that will guide her through an uncertain future ripe with new possibilities…

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2 comments posted.

Re: It Started in June

Love the review this sounds very good and a new Author for me, thank you
Penney
(Penney Wilfort 4:28pm May 13)

I'd say the wrong thing for the right reason?
Penney
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Penney Wilfort 4:29pm May 13)

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