In 1968, Kate Prescott thinks she's found her soul mate in art student Jack Morrison, a man who understands her vague yearning to do something important with her life. Jack's own ambitions are razor-sharp: become a famous artist. They marry, and, as Jack Morrison's wife, Kate falls under the spell of the art world and helps Jack realize his dream. However, social change is afoot in the business world where Kate earns a living, and as she progresses up the corporate ladder, her priorities clash with Jack's. The consequences force Kate to confront the possibility of a life where she's no longer Jack Morrison's wife, and to face the deeper challenge of who she might truly be.
Bonnie Schroeder has been a storyteller since the fifth grade, when her teacher suggested she put her vivid imagination to work as a writer. She took the advice to heart and has pursued the craft of fiction ever since. In addition to her women's fiction novels, she is the author of numerous short stories, screenplays, and nonfiction articles. She lives in Glendale, California.
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