Missing Emily

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The Story

  

The riveting journey of two women on a collision course to save their daughters’ lives.


Thea is almost there. In a week, she’ll be awarded her law degree from Boston’s Suffolk University. Her years of work, study, and financial struggle as a single mother are nearly over. She’ll take Emily home to Cape Cod, finally able to give her four-year-old the love and attention she deserves.


Katherine is desperate. All of her wealth cannot save Madison. No donor match has been found for a bone marrow transplant, the only treatment that will keep her daughter alive. Katherine’s last hope is her ex-husband’s illegitimate child, who might be a match. But years ago, she’d made an enemy of Thea, whom she now fears will not consent to having Emily as a donor. Katherine questions how far she will go to save her daughter. What will she do if the child is a match? Or worse, if she’s not.

Some quotes from Amazon Readers

    

I was hooked by the first few pages and finished reading the first day.”  Diamond Girl

“ . . .a valuable story about life, a story that reflects the ambiguity and the gray areas we  all must deal with.”  Susie

“ . . . beautifully descriptive scenes form a background to a tender, compelling story . . .” B. Ulbrandt

“It's difficult to put this book down, so make the bed, put dinner in the crock pot, silence the phone, then spend the day with Emily!” J. M. Earnhart 



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Photos

Cape Cod

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My Knoll Cottage novels take place on Cape Cod. This is one of the beautiful gardens on the Cape.

Best Friends

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Long time best buds, Joni and George held a book launch for Missing Emily

White Lilacs

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Have you ever heard of a lilac tree? The cover art for Missing Emily was created by Donna Green, friend and artist extraordinaire.

White lilacs and Silvered Singles

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Nature's touch to a weathered cottage.

Skaket Beach

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The ocean is cold on the Cape, but the bay beach can be like bathwater! And the view is splendid.

Fog

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Nothing like bobbing boats on a foggy morning!