Meant to be
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The award-winning author of "A Knight in Shining Armor" presents a historical family saga chronicling the lives and loves of three generations of women in a small Kansas community.
"It's 1972 and times are changing. In the small farming community of Mason, Kansas, Vera and Kelly Exton are known for their ambitions. Vera is an activist who wants to join her boyfriend in the Peace Corps. But she is doing her duty caring for her widowed mother and younger sister until Kelly is firmly established. Kelly is studying to become a veterinarian. She plans to marry her childhood sweetheart and eventually take over his father's veterinary practice. But it's a tumultuous time and neither sister is entirely happy with the path that's been laid out for her. As each evaluates her options, everything shifts. Do you do what's right for yourself or what others want? By having the courage to follow their hearts these women will change lives for the better and the effects will be felt by the generations that follow. Meant to Be delivers an emotional, smart, funny and wise lesson about the importance of being true to yourself"--book jacket.
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APA Citation (style guide)
Deveraux, J. (2021). Meant to be . Mira.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Deveraux, Jude. 2021. Meant to Be. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Mira.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Deveraux, Jude. Meant to Be Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Mira, 2021.MLA Citation (style guide)
Deveraux, Jude. Meant to Be Mira, 2021.
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