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A Stone's Throw by Alida Winternheimer
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A Stone's Throw

by Alida Winternheimer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0991292316, Paperback)

Two-time Pushcart Prize nominated author, Alida Winternheimer, delivers a story of love and longing in A Stone’s Throw. Simona Casale is a Minneapolis painter with a successful career. Having never known her mother, the last thing she wants is a baby, and being at a pivotal moment on her artistic path, it's a bad time to find out she's pregnant. Gemma Ledbetter, a London homemaker, is desperate for the baby she can't have. Simona and Gemma live an ocean apart and never meet, yet they have much in common: art, longing, and a magic that changes both of their lives. And then there is Peter, the man they love. Magic—like any great act of creation—comes at a price...and one of them will have to pay. Art. Love. Magic.

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