Morning Is for Joy
"The sudden death of his father left Steve Donovan with the difficult task of caring for his alcoholic mother and younger sister. In the midst of his problems and sorrow, a young woman comes into his life for a brief moment. It had been a chance meeting, yet Steve knew that he would never cease his quest for her."--BOOK JACKET.
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