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Willow Spring Paperback – 2007

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Now that Willow Spring lay just five miles down the narrow, two-lane highway, Alana wondered if her reason had deserted her when she'd packed her bags and decided to take this journey. Isn't it often said, you can't go back? What did she expect to find except old memories better laid to rest? Perhaps that was it. Going back might lay to rest feeling that kept returning. Nothing can change the past. Is that what she wanted to do? Change the past? Ridiculous!


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Jeannine Van Eperen was born in Beloit, Wisconsin. As a child she lived in Chicago, then her family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Though she now is back in the state of Wisconsin for several years, she usually refers to New Mexico as home. When not writing, Jeannine and husband, Lou, travel as much as possible. She jokingly says, when Lou begins a sentence, "Honey, shall we..." She answers, "My bags are packed." They've visited all fifty states and Puerto Rico, most Canadian Provinces and at last count thirty-six countries. Jeannine loves to use places she's visited in her stories, but often creates fictional towns and cities as locations. When not writing, reading or traveling, she enjoys knitting and crocheting for her family and playing euchre with her friends.

She is a mother to Daniel McGrew, a stepmother to Ray, a grandmother and an aunt to many.

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