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Donna McDonald has been a writer all her life and managed to complete her first novel in August of 2010. Her idea of success is to be on an airplane and see a fellow passenger reading one of her stories. If the person is laughing or smiling, she will consider it a bonus. She lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her fiancée, Bruce. Her work history covers everything from housekeeper to business owner to college English instructor. It also includes an eighteen year stint as a technical writer, publications planner, and information architect in the corporate world. Her current career goal is to be a prolific, multi-published author for the rest of her life and write stories readers will love to read. She thinks a little travel and adventure would be nice, too.
on Oct. 28, 2012 :
The obstacles father and son had were sometimes hilarious sometimes poignant! Who would have thought a 70 something year old would still have so much left in him..........gives the readers hope! Also, a beautiful woman with a younger man, woohoo! This book was such a great read........made me LOL, made me cry! This was such a real down to earth story. I love all Donna’s books and am very anxious to get any of her stories that will be coming out soon! Have each and every book and they all touch home with me for one reason or another! LOVE LOVE LOVE this author and her stories!
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Sep. 10, 2011 :
The relationship between Thea and Morgan was really cute.she a non dating widow of 10 years, and he a accident recuperating investigator temporarily crashing with his father. They had a few obstacles in their relationship which temporarily halted their courtship, but their love story was a solid one. Now Morgan's father reall stole the show. Who would have thought a 70 something year old man would have so much spunk with the ladies, and is still getting it in. He was a real charmer and quite funny with some of his terms such as widitity (a widow virgin). He had such a big heart and was a real positive light in the book. This was a good read especially for the 40-50 crowd.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Sep. 07, 2011 :
This particular book was great! The character, story, writing, and plot twists. I've enjoyed every single one of the authors books, but enjoyed this one the most. Loved it!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)