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!
About the author
Jeannine Van Eperen lives in New Mexico. While working as a motel manager in Albuquerque, she once heard a guest, a trucker, say, “Here today, tomorrow El Paso.” That statement started her thinking about a story of a woman truck driver, and so came about Highway to Love. Jeannine and husband, Lou, enjoy travel and have visited all fifty of the United States and about twenty-eight countries. She loves downhill snow skiing, reading, and needlework. She is a licensed private pilot. She has a son, Daniel McGrew, a stepson, Ray, and grandchildren. Visit Jeannine Van Eperen website here.
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