The author of Sisters of the Sari presents a richly emotional journey of two women drawn together by an unexpected and unwanted bondab Lesley McCoy works in a day-care center, and she is planning to start a family of her own. Her husband, David, is a homebody whose job as a wilderness guide takes him away for long periodsabut when heas home, heas the best partner Lesley could imagine. Kendra McCoy is a successful businesswoman whose husband, Eric, is an analyst who specializes in Middle Eastern politics. He supports her enthusiasm and drive to succeed, and is the perfect partnerawhen heas home between assignments. While trying to identify a man who collapses in a Portland, Oregon, coffee shop, two wallets are found: one belonging to David McCoy, the other to Eric McCoy. Devastated by their comatose husbandas betrayal, Kendra and Lesley reluctantly join forces in an attempt to piece together a true picture of the man they both fell in love with. Instead, they uncover a vast web of deceit as they learn their husband lived a third life neither of them suspected.One week later, he traded in his Honda Civic for a ten-year-old VW camper, loaded it with art supplies, and drove it up the entrance ... thousand acres of grassland surrounded by steep forested slopes under the benevolent dictatorship of its sixty-three-year-old owner, ... Her wardrobe consisted entirely of worn denim jeans, plaid shirts, scuffed cowboy boots and a grubby Stetson of indeterminate color.
|Title||:||The Elusive Mr. McCoy|
|Author||:||Brenda L. Baker|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2012-07-03|