Three Little Things

Patti Stockdale (Author)
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Description

One forbidden love. Two broken hearts. Three little things.

Hattie Waltz should forget the troubled neighbor leaving for boot camp in 1917. He forgot about her ages ago. It had always been the Waltzs verses the Kregers, his family pitted against hers. When she hands him a farewell gift, a chemistry lesson unfolds. The good kind.

Arno Kreger can't leave Iowa or his old man fast enough. He's eager to prove his worth on the battlefield and stop blaming himself for his brother's death. Before entering the train, he bumps into Hattie. He's loved her forever, always from the sidelines, because nobody crosses Hattie's pa.

One innocent letter soon morphs into many. Arno and Hattie share three little secrets in each letter and grow closer together. But he's on his way to a war across the ocean, and she's still in her father's house. Their newfound love will need to survive dangers on both fronts.

Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.79
Publisher
Iron Stream Books
Publish Date
February 04, 2020
Pages
310
Dimensions
5.98 X 0.7 X 9.02 inches | 1.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781645260653

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About the Author

Patti loves hope, history, and a good happily ever after. She can't remember numbers, so she married a statistician. Thanks to him, she's lived all sorts of places and worked all sorts of jobs. While employed by the Washington Redskins, she once answered the phone, "Washington Indians." She doesn't work there anymore. For 11 years, she directed the programming at a nonprofit senior center and hosted an annual talent show, rocking a Dolly Parton wig, Annie Oakley boots, and a sweet-although snug-Batman costume. She no longer works there either. These days, Patti writes books and occasionally educational assessments and magazine articles. Please visit her at www.pattistockdale.com. Don't forget to introduce yourself and tell her, hello!