By: Barbara PaceFacing the lingering prejudice in the country, the Vietnam War and a wealthy father who will go to almost any extreme to tear them apart, Maisy and Francisco manage to block out the world around them. Until the day Maisy receives the worst possible news.
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Book DescriptionThe summer of 1967 brought with it crazy times and many changes in the United States. Protests against the Vietnam War, racial riots and the hippie movement were all in full swing.
Maisy had just completed her third year at the prestigious Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire and decided to remain in town for the summer despite her overbearing father's protests.
When a handsome stranger suddenly appears at the café where she works, Maisy is captivated and can't stop thinking about him. That is, until one day when they unexpectedly meet by chance and are drawn to each other. Before long, a deep love grows between the two despite the differences in their heritage.
Facing the lingering prejudice in the country, the Vietnam War and a wealthy father who will go to almost any extreme to tear them apart, Maisy and Francisco manage to block out the world around them. Until the day Maisy receives the worst possible news.
After believing her life is over and all is lost, Maisy unexpectedly uncovers an inconceivable secret . . . It's then she learns a truth that teaches her it's always darkest just before the dawn.
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