From the Back Cover
As Jessie Patrick Reed’s attorney, I’m writing to you on behalfof your father, Jessie Patrick Reed. I regret to inform you thatMr. Reed is dying. He has expressed a desire to see you . . .
Elizabeth, even though sustained by a loving family, has suffered the mostfrom her father’s seeming abandonment and for years has protected herselfwith a deep-seated anger that she hides from everyone.
Ginger, in love with a married man, will be forced to reevaluate everyrelationship she’s ever had and will reach stunning conclusions that will changeher life forever.
Rachel learns of her father’s existence the same day she finds out that herhusband of ten years has had an affair. She will receive the understanding andsupport she needs to survive from an unlikely and surprising source.
Christine is a young filmmaker, barely out of college, who now mustdecide if her few precious memories of a man she believed to be long dead areenough to give him a second chance.
Four sisters who never knew the others existed will find strength,love, and answers in the most unexpected places in . . . The Year EverythingChanged.
About the Author
Georgia Bockoven is an award-winning author who began writing fiction after a successful career as a freelance journalist and photographer. Her books have sold more than three million copies worldwide. The mother of two, she resides in Northern California with her husband, John.