Unburying Hope by Mary Wallace

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In this fiercely memorable contemporary romance, beautiful Celeste, the endearingly hopeful graffiti artist, and her hilarious, gay friend Frank search the decaying streets of Detroit for the meaning of love.  Their sweet and poignant relationship twists when Celeste falls in love with Eddie, a battle-scarred Iraq War vet who is haunted by the horrors of war.  Celeste and Eddie follow their dreams to start over in Hawaii, learning that the wounds we carry inside us can heal with time and love, even if they never leave us.

About Mary Wallace

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Mary Wallace is an early adopter and has blogged and written on tech innovation, social justice and contemporary issues for an international audience. She has now turned to fiction. An alum of Squaw Valley Community of Writers, she has written three novels and is working on a romantic series through time.
Published February 1, 2013 by Road Angel Media. 340 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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The moving story of a woman holding on to romance while trying to save her troubled lover.

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