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Two Halves by Lass Small
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The envelope sent to the Saudi Desert was addressed to "any soldier." But when Sergeant Michael Brown received it, he became a believer in providence. The letter not only contained a photo capturing twenty-odd third-grade cherubs, but chaperoning them was a beautiful teacher, who seemed to be made for him.... Like Michael, Sara Benton had her own wallet-size reminder, and she had memorized the soldier's features. But when Michael fulfilled his promise to visit the school upon his return, his exciting show-and-tell affected Sara more than the children. Keeping a man-in-uniform after class was one thing; convincing him to stay for a lifetime could require more homework!
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