by Jackie Calhoun
College. Friends. Roommates. More.
Freshmen at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Julie Decker and Peg Kincaid feel fortunate to have found a compatible roommate. Peg, raised on a central Wisconsin horse farm, has anticipated life on the large college campus for years, expecting to meet someone exciting around every corner, someone like Julie.
Julie doesn’t know what to make of her roommate. The daughter of Chicago physicians, she’s not used to someone like Peg, someone who approaches life with an open heart. A rocky first semester seems at last to be easing into a fragile, growing bond neither Julie nor Peg expected.
The increasing demands of family and school threaten to tear apart what they are only just finding the courage to claim. The new semester brings a shocking twist of fate that threatens to destroy their future—before it’s even begun.
Bestselling author Jackie Calhoun, (Seasons of the Heart, Outside the Flock), returns with a vibrant tale of two young women who discover what it takes to choose love.
Just About Write
R. Lynne - October, 2008: As always, Calhoun has shown life as it is in a realistic world, and as always, has given her readers a compelling and believable story in Roommates..
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