Sarah Fleming, a new resident in an assisted living facility, tragically lost her fiancée in the Vietnam War. She chose not to marry and has remained devoted to the one true love of her life. For more than fifty years, Sarah has faithfully written a heartfelt letter to him on the anniversary of their intended wedding date. Jill Harrison is the executive director of the facility, and when she finds out about the letters, she is touched by the woman’s dedication and commitment. Because Sarah’s fiancée was listed as MIA, the director takes it upon herself to see if she can assist in obtaining information about the man Sarah still loves. *** Please click on the title.
She had made the mistake of a lifetime, and Gabrielle knew she would be haunted by it for the rest of her life. On a dreary, gray October afternoon, a light rain bounced off of her umbrella as she stared at the simple headstone of Ryan King. There was a cross in each corner and … Continue reading MR. KING
By the middle of 1966, Thomas Hutchinson had been flying jets off of an aircraft carrier for almost a year. For the twenty-nine-year-old Navy Lieutenant, it seemed like no two missions over Vietnam were ever the same. Each one had its own special form of risk, but this one had been particularly difficult from the … Continue reading THE PRISONER OF WAR