We start out with "Plain Jane" who wants to be like Connie the homecoming queen. Now Jane is lovely and confident and Connie is murdered. This is about Jane moving on but being tied to the past as well. It's Fern Michaels and you'll love it.
Jane Lewis as a college student wanted to be the like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. But she was just Plain Jane-overweight, frumpy and painfully shy. Now Jane was a doctor, a successful psychotherapist with her own radio show.
Her current life and the past collide as she finds clues into the identity of Connie's attachers.
Wonderful story! Highly recommended!
Back in college, Jane Lewis would have given anything to be like homecoming queen Connie Bryan. Instead, she was just Plain Jane - overweight, frumpy, and painfully shy. That was then. Today a lovely and confident Dr. Jane Lewis has a thriving psychotherapy practice, her own radio show, a beautiful old house, and her affectionate dog, Olive, to keep her company.
Jane has never forgotten Michael Sorenson, the boy she'd admired from afar in college. Now, he's inspiring her to hope for a future together. She's also never forgotten the brutal, unsolved attack that ended Connie Bryan's life and haunts Jane still. Suddenly, the present collides with the past, as she finds clues into the identities of Connie's attackers - clues that send her into a world of risk and excitement, challenging her to become a truly extraordinary woman...if she dares.