dream about me
By SARAH EADS
When Emma Keegan loses her husband of three years in a tragic accident, she loses her sense of direction. Without her husband, Alfonso Bove, Emma withdraws from the world that once saw them as the sensational hit Italian-American singing duo. Now her lifelong interest of music, friends, and activities are meaningless without Alfonso. But even death can't keep the quirky Italian entertainer from meddling in Emma's healing process. He becomes a ghostly figure to encourage Emma to move forward. With the help of her father, Henry Keegan, Emma begins her journey of reinventing herself without Alfonso. In doing so she meets charming Southern musician, Thomas Porter, who helps her reimagine a world she never even dreamed possible. Together Henry, Thomas, and Alfonso help Emma rediscover herself and purpose in attaining a life after Alfonso.
Paperback: 248 pages
Publisher: Beacon Publishing Group
Category: Literature | Fiction
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A native near-New Orleanian, Sarah Eads grew up in an environment where her puckish sense of humor drew her neatly into creative writing. Her earliest nods came from the Young Authors competition where her work garnered the attention of teachers and others. She studied in Italy while in college; it was here that she found her long suit and followed her heart.
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