From the Earth to the Moon

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Thornton, Vermont, 1953: After six years in the Navy, the last three spent engaged in the Korean War, George Cartwright is coming home. When a beautiful, unexpected stranger meets his train, George understands why it's called love at first sight. Ginny Fletcher is everything George never knew he wanted in a woman, but love makes him question the meaning of brotherhood and the weight of promises. More

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Published by Bannerwing Books
Words: 17,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311223692
About Cameron D. Garriepy

Self-described shenaniganist and unabashed romantic, Cameron wrote her first romance novel on an antique typewriter, using a stack of pink paper. Detours between that draft and publishing her first novel included a BA in Music, a professional culinary education, and twelve years in the child-wrangling industry.

Cameron writes from the Metro Boston area, where she lives with my husband, son, and a poorly behaved pug. Her fiction is independently published through most major ebook retailers by Bannerwing Books. Her writing has appeared on Livestrong, The Bump, ModernMom, and GlobalPost. Cameron was a managing editor at Write on Edge, and is the founder and senior editor at Bannerwing Books.

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Review by: Angela Amman on Nov. 30, 2013 :
This short story is the perfect read for fans of romance and/or period fiction. Cameron D. Garriepy does a wonderful job of transporting her readers back to 1953, when family expectations weighed heavily on family dinners and the promises between young men and women were made with heartfelt conversations and small touches. Her characters are captivating, and the story she builds around two brothers and the woman who may come between them is developed with perfect pacing. I highly recommend this story and can't imagine you will regret spending your afternoon falling in love with Thornton, Vermont.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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