Thirty-eight year old Lydia Blackwell is a therapist practicing her craft out of her modest home in a quaint suburb on Chicago. Lydia grew up with old money but was never a part of that life and resisted falling into the traps of wealth. As Lydia races to her father's deathbed, images of her life without a mother embrace her. Lydia's mother had died in a horrific car accident when she was three years old and Lydia always felt something was missing and was mystified that no one mentioned her. Nothing. Yet there was her father, the lawyer and stock broker giving her silent guidance. William Blackwell didn't know his daughter...didn't know she preferred women over men, didn't know her dreams or what was in her soul. Or did he?
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Born in Marshalltown, Iowa, Julie Burns spent many of the in-between years of her life in that state. Then she lived in Wyoming for six years and fell in love with mountains. Her other identity is working with mentally challenged and/or mentally ill adults. “I seem to fit in well!” Julie says. “I spend time with people who call me mom, Nana, and ‘hey, you chick.” Contact Julie and learn more about her work at: Facebook: www.facebook.com/JulieABurnsAuthor Twitter: twitter.com/jadegally48 If you loved this book, don’t forget to leave a review for The Purse on Amazon and Goodreads. Thank you!
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