The Eternal Engagement

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jul 26, 2011 - Fiction - 324 pages
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From "New York Times" bestselling author Mary B. Morrison comes a moving, unforgettable story of lives at a crossroads, love lost and found, and the price of secrets...

After her high school sweetheart proposed and joined the military, Mona Lisa Ellington thought she'd never feel love again. So she settled, making a new life for herself with a man who cherished her...and made his living hurting others. Despite her reality, she prayed her fianc would one day return.

Before becoming a television reporter, Katherine Clinton knew she'd marry her high school sweetheart and live happily ever after. But when he left for the military, she had to make new plans for her and their son. Despite his long absence, Katherine dreamed of the day her fianc would return and make her family complete.

William Lincoln joined the military to make his grandfather proud. He never imagined he would be gone so long, or that the fianc es he left behind would reignite emotions he thought he'd never feel again. But his selfish proposal to two women is the least of his problems, because all three will face the consequences of too much deception....

"New York Times "bestselling author Mary B. Morrison believes that women should shape their own destiny. Born in Aurora, IL, and raised in New Orleans, LA, she took a chance and quit her near six-figure government job to self-publish her first book, "Soulmates Dissipate, " in 2000 and begin her literary career. Mary's books have appeared on numerous bestseller lists, and she's a frequent contributor to "The Michael Baisden Show." Mary is also actively involved in a variety of philanthropic endeavors, and in 2006 she sponsored the publishing of an anthology written by 33 sixth-graders. In 2010, Mary produced a play based on her novel, "Single Husbands, " which she wrote under her pseudonym, HoneyB. Mary currently resides in Oakland, CA, with her wonderful son, Jesse, who is following in his mother's creative footsteps and pursuing a career in TV/film.

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I usuallylove Mary Morrisons stories but this one I didnot like. I know that the story has some truth attached to it because I work with veterans on a daily basis at the hospital. I felt that the ... Read full review

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This book was not what I thought it would be. The story line was very confusing and not believeable at all. I was not impressed.

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