The magnificent Hotel del Coronado and the Roaring 20’s!
Elsie, a World War I widow, is left with the daunting task of raising two small children on her own. Though her heart still clings to the love of her life, Jack O’Neill, she bravely moves on and dares to hope for a future without him.
Marie Middleton, who has left her childish ways far behind in Chicago, has sacrificed her career plans for the sake of her widowed sister. She finds herself caught in battle between the growing attraction she feels for a man nearly twice her age, and the flattering advances of a charming, young suitor. Eventually, Marie is forced to make a painful decision.
Charles Hollister is plagued by years of rejection, which makes it difficult for him to trust his heart to anyone—even God.
This faith-based story of family ties, longing hearts, and letting go speaks to the hearts of those who believe that “with God all things are possible.” (Matthew 19:26)
About the Author
Born and raised in the Chicago area, Linda wrote her first poem at the age of nine, and has always enjoyed the art of self-expression through the written word. Linda Corrigan Baker, an evangelical Christian, resides in Southern California and finds fulfillment in her roles as mother, grandmother, and school district secretary. She considers this season of life to be one of the best, successfully finishing her first half marathon and publishing her first work, Dear All, in the past year. She also keeps active with bi-weekly Zumba sessions. Mrs. Baker is grateful to her family and friends (some of whom are portrayed as characters in Dear All) for their loving encouragement and support during the creation of this faith-based love story. Life is often filled with daunting challenges and overwhelming sorrows, but Linda can attest that through faith in Jesus Christ, all things are possible..