How could a mother distribute her children across the county and then just walk away? That was the question burning in Bea’s mind. All she could do was watch as her mother shattered her family and then just left. Bea may have been the oldest, but at thirteen, she was still a child. And now it was up to her to take care of her five siblings. Through struggle and sacrifice, Bea embraced her unchosen responsibility. When her father brought in a cruel, selfish woman who didn’t like children, Bea’s undertaking became one of survival. Bea’s story begins in 1925, during a time when things were hushed, private, hidden. Heart-wrenching memories of the incidents that happened in her home, and how she and her siblings prevailed. An accounting of grief, sorrow, strength, endurance and love in an era when America was struggling.
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Samanthya lives with her husband in the Shenandoah Valley. She left her accounting career and married a military man traveling and making her home in the United States and abroad. Once she found historical romance novels, she couldn’t put a book down, and one day decided to create a story of her own. Her dream of being published came true with Soul Mate Publishing. She is published in historical and contemporary romance. She relishes the challenge of penning a story with strong characters, a bit of humor, and active scenes while creating new characters and bringing them together in a romantic tale. She is a member of many chapters including HHRW and currently serves as the Critters Chair. By keeping her spirit and turning criticism into drive she has achieved her career as a published romance author. Samanthya loves to travel enjoys the beach, a book is a constant companion. Samanthya invites you to lay the worries of the world off your shoulders and get lost in the pages of a romance, where you embark on a journey with the hero and heroine, become involved in a dream, plunge into a world of fantasy, live an adventure your heart can share. To find more on Samanthya, visit her website: www.samanthyawyatt.com
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