A Promise to Remember by Kathryn Cushman

By Kathryn Cushman

Andie Phelps is the envy of Santa Barbara. a loyal mom with a loving son and a profitable husband, her maximum pleasure comes from achieving out to others. Melanie Johnston is the envy of not anyone. A unmarried mother who works lengthy hours to pay the money owed, and her maximum joys relate to her teenager daughter and son. Then the twist of fate that alterations every thing. while contrary worlds collide, the effect reaches a ways past those moms' own losses.

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She threw the shreds in the trash and went on to the next. Fifteen cards later, she picked up a taupe-colored envelope that felt heavy, almost like linen. There was no return address. Dear Mrs. Johnston, I am sorry for your loss. Les Stewart 555-9553 Les Stewart. The name sounded vaguely familiar. Then she remembered the recent news story. He was some big shot attorney from Los Angeles who had recently moved to Santa Barbara to retire. Why would he send her his phone number? His clients were movie stars and business magnates.

Andie wondered if she was hiding pity or contempt. "Mrs. " Andie nodded and started down the hall. She knew where to go. The Charity League's executive committee had been meeting in this conference room every week for the last six years. Since Christi's first term as president. Every year now, Christi was reelected without a hitch. No one had the organization, determination, and energy to even attempt to outdo her. She kept things moving. She also saw to it that the conference room at her husband's law firm was reserved every Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock.

In fact, both she and Carol looked as though they'd been caught cheating on a test. "Glad you're here. " Andie grimaced. She had a pretty good idea what they had been talking about. " "Yes. Andie, you are doing such a great job organizing the silent-auction baskets for the Rescue Mission benefit. " Christi looked toward Carol, who must've gotten the hint. "Yes. " "Well, I-" Christi grabbedAndie's arm and pulled her forward. "Forgive me for being so rude. You walk in the door and I start loading you with more assignments.

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