Robby J and Jesse: Letters of Love, Friendship, Hardship, and Triumph

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AuthorHouse, Jan 28, 2011 - Fiction - 348 pages
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Jesse Michaels and Roberta Markinson met one summer when they were barely teenagers. After becoming pen pals, they soon fell in love. Throughout tragedy, heartbreak, and grief, one must learn to pick up the pieces and move on to fulfill promises made at a young age. A new friendship and sisterhood is born from the wreckage of lost love.

Read the letters sent back and forth through ten years and remember how difficult youth could truly be....

 

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As mother of four children (Darcie, Robert, Cassandra, and Nichole), and soon-to-be step-mom to five more children (Aubrey, Warren, Nate, Chase, and Katie), Lianna has had her share of the highs and lows of love. One of her mottos in life is What can go wrong, will. The key is to learn how to overcome any obstacle when it comes to relationships, no matter what age you might be.

Currently, Lianna is working on her degree in Forensic Psychology, while spending her days in Mount Vernon, Ohio with her fiance, Eric, and their children. In her spare time, she enjoys drawing charcoal portraits, surfing the internet and writing.

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