When I Fall in Love

“What a great story. … Morey has managed to weave the past and the present together sending a key lesson – true love lasts a lifetime. A highly recommended read for young adults and adults alike.”

“I enjoyed it thoroughly. The author’s intended audience was young adult but I feel this book would appeal to adults as well. Everyone can benefit from reading about love and friendship. I laughed at several points and wanted to cry at others so have your tissues handy when you read this one.”

A love story for all ages

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It must be nice to have the perfect plan for the rest of your life.
Amy Prescott is just your ordinary, everyday high school senior — beautiful, brilliant, athletic, able to pick the hunk of her choice, and a scholarship to Harvard nearly in her hands.
Okay, maybe not so ordinary.
She has her life planned out and it’s an exciting, adventurous plan.  She can hardly wait for the next step.  But when she’s forced to care for her grandparents in Montana during Christmas break, Amy finds her orchestrated world is about to snap.
She’s stuck with a cantankerous grandfather who doesn’t want her help, but needs it because of a stroke, a grandmother who is the sweetest thing ever, but suffers from Alzheimer’s, and family members out to protect “their share” of the estate.
Grandpa, a master cello maker who can no longer do his craft, reluctantly shares with Amy the story of his great adventure – how he met and won the heart of his wife in Vietnam.
But Amy has more immediate concerns.  Is her boyfriend dating someone else when she’s not around? How can she fend off the Montana boy who has taken an interest in her?
And then there’s that Harvard thing.

Amy doesn’t need any of this.  Not now.  Her life is planned.  It’s a perfect plan.

At least it was.

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2 comments on “When I Fall in Love
  1. I’ve always wanted to go to Montana to fly fish for trout. I almost made it a few years ago, but shoulder surgery put the Kibosh on that. Now, at age 70, I have pretty much given up the dream. Five years ago, I was afflicted with peripheral neuropathy in my feet, and that, added to my existing balance issues and mild double vision (owing to two retinal surgeries) would make wade fishing all but impossible, especially in the heavier western waters. But I’m always drawn to “anything” that includes the word Montana in it, as in your blog’s title. Looks like you stay pretty busy. Glad you enjoyed my recent blog post about baseball, and how it’s changed through the years.
    I’ll check back in the future to see what you’re up to.

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    • Thanks for the note, Joe. I did enjoy your post about baseball and sent off likes about it to several of my social media sites.
      Montana is a beautiful state. I was born and raised in Los Angeles and don’t miss the concrete and smog one bit.

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