The day Malila Vasquez, curator of The San Francisco Institution of Art, has dreamed of has finally arrived. She’s worked hard to see the new Native American art exhibit, which showcases her own Navajo lineage, come to fruition. To add to her joy, she’ll be allowed to display a couple of her own paintings … the big break she’s waited for as an artist ever since college. Then Lila receives a phone call that will change her world forever.

Victoria, her old college roommate and a very wealthy woman, is dying. She trusts no one but Lila to raise Kaitlin, her baby, after she’s gone. But can Lila, a single woman, raise a child on her own? What about all the big plans she has for her career? Even more, choosing to help her friend means facing the only man she’s ever loved — Joseph Neal Rodman III, Vicky’s brother …Can Malila’s heart survive seeing Joseph again? And can she live with herself if she doesn’t at least try?

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About The Author

Deborah Lynne retired early from a major trucking company after working thirty years for them. She is an active member of ACFW, RWA, and HEARTLA. Deborah enjoys sharing her stories as well as the knowledge she gains as she grows as a novelist. Married for over 42 years, Deborah and her husband, Scott, enjoy their relaxed life in Louisiana. When she isn't writing or reading, she enjoys her family time. With three grandsons, there's never a dull moment in Granny and Paw-paw's lives.

Books by Deborah Lynne

Bayou Secrets Romance Collection

A string of murders in the Big Easy could be reporter Taylor Jaymes's big break ... but she'll have to convince detective John Bradley that she's more than a redheaded vixen with a hunch.

After You’re Gone

Ten years ago he stole her heart ... then crushed it. Now she's gazing into his blue eyes again. Dare she hope that things could turn out differently this time'