Warm Hands by Margaret Johnson-Hodge
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Mya is feeling free and content after months of heartbreaking sadness in the aftermath of breaking up with her commitment-phobic boyfriend, Vincent. She's taken up running, looks good, and has no intention of starting another relationship. Then she meets Jeff. Handsome, decent, and kind, he's a keepter—the kind of man she's always wanted...the man she is about to marry. Until she stuns herself and everyone else by betraying Jeff...with Vincent.

Hurt and angry, Jeff walks out of her life, leaving Mya alone to confront her deepest self and her destructive behavior. In doing so, she takes a brave look at her own life and the family patterns she learned to follow. Through a haze of pain, despair and desperation, Mya awakens to life's truest lessons: self-love is the most important love of all, and only by loving youself can others truly love you...


About Margaret Johnson-Hodge

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Margaret Johnson-Hodge has been published in Long Journey Home, a poetry anthology, and is the author of The Real Deal and A New Day. She lives in the southeaster United States.
Published January 1, 2000 by St. Martin Press 2000/00. 276 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Pondering the collapse of her life and the fragmentation--at once funny and painful--of her family, Mya attains a peaceful self-reliance and finds her true soul mate along the way.

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