The best is yet to be book
The Best Is Yet to Be by Bruce Peppin - Book - Read OnlineIt is 5 am and I just finished reading! I had tears in my eyes while reading. I truly felt the love, the sense of community, and the strength of these characters. High school sweethearts. Passionate lovers. Once upon a time, Sarah Bartow and Calvin Vaughn were everything to each other. Until big dreams—and an even bigger tragedy—tore them apart.
Book Review: "The Best is Yet to Come"
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