Teddi Henderson has just gotten used to her life in the small town where she was raised in Kansas. After her husband's disappearance and betrayal, she has rearranged her life around her teaching career and her daughter. And then one night, J.T., her husband, the love of her life, her sould mater returns, and with him all of the pain, hurt, and memories return. J.T. ha scome to this small town to be with his wife and young daughter to celebrate the Kwanzaa season and to gain strenght, spirituality and renewal from his favorite holiday. After Teddi's intial shock, J.T. explains that he had been working as an undercover government agent using his computer firm as a front. His partner had come upon some damaging information and was killed. The people who had killed his partner had threatened J.T. and his family. He now betgs Teddi to let him spend Kwanazz with his family and then find out why his life was turned upside down. While i found the story line a bit os a stretch and Teddi and her family much too forgiving, the holiday celebration and principles of Kwanzaa more than made up for the bizarre situation.
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Dera R Jones Williams (dwillwrite)
Dera is a writer, editor, genealogist, writing mentor, researcher, and family historian, and she is active in local literary and national literary circles. She is the keeper of family stories, archivist … more
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