The schoolhouse / Elizabeth Bromke.
- 0 of 1 copy available at Adams County Library System.
2 current holds with 1 total copy.
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Littlestown Library||ROM FIC BROMKE ELIZABETH (Text)||35740635606502||New Fiction||Checked Out||07/01/2020|
- ISBN: 9781688634411
- ISBN: 168863441X
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: White Mountains, Arizona : Elizabeth Bromke, 
"Becky Linden needs a fresh start. Her family is miles away. Her ex-husband is remarried. Her son is off to college. With an early mid-life crisis looming, Becky is at a crossroads: keep working dead-end jobs to survive, or take a leap of faith. During a visit home, she stumbles across the abandoned one-room schoolhouse where she played as a child and had her first kiss a teenager. With her family's encouragement, Becky decides to stay in town and find a way to save the historic building from demolition. As she works on her business plan, Becky begins to reconnect with her past. Her best friend, Maggie, is three kids deep into a dysfunctional marriage. The grandparents who raised Becky have aged exponentially, and her beloved grandfather is ill. Still, Becky finds herself enchanted by the small southern community where she was raised. What's more, her high school sweetheart, Ben Durbin, still lives in town, working for the school district and looking as handsome as ever. The stage is set for a sweet reunion for the former lovebirds, until Zack reveals crushing news: he's in charge of tearing down the historic building. Just before giving up, Becky uncovers a local secret: something that might compel Zack to save the past and give Becky a second chance."--Amazon.
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