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Then Came Heaven (Paperback)

Author:  LaVyrle Spencer
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0515150770
ISBN-13: 9780515150773
Sku: 222675315
Publish Date: 8/17/2011
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A devoted husband and father, Eddie Olczak finds his world torn apart by the tragic accident that kills his beloved wife, but his life takes a new direction when he encounters Sister Regina, a Benedictine nun and his daughters' teacher, who chafes at thestrict rules of her order
Eddie Olczak and his wife Krystyna are the loving parents of Anne and Lucy, who are pupils of Sister Regina at St. Joseph's Church and school, where Eddie also works as the janitor. Tragedy strikes when Krystyna is killed in an car crash, and the family struggles to cope. Sister Regina is forbidden to offer comfort to the Olczaks and begins to question her vows, and her love for the Olczak family grows. Soon Eddie and Sister Regina realize they are battling sin in forbidden love. This, Spenser's last novel, is set in her hometown of Browerville, Minnesota, and many of the characters are based on real people she knew there.
Author Bio
Lavyrle Spencer
LaVryle Spencer met her husband, Dan, in high school and raised one daughter with him while entertaining the thought of writing a romance novel. Her debut, "The Fulfillment", was published in 1979 while she worked as a teacher's aide at Osseo Junior High School. Most of her novels, including her historical and contemporary romances, deal with the many difficulties of love and the process of overcoming loss. Her books portray common people struggling with disappointment and betrayal, while at the same time fighting adversity with a courage and strength drawn from perseverance and family solidarity. Several of her titles have been turned into movies, including the feature film "Morning Glory" (1989), starring Christopher Reeve, which also included brief cameos by Spencer and her husband. Both have continued to remain close to their high school friends and, notwithstanding their love of travel, haven't strayed far from their home state.
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