A Theory Of Relativity

Author: Jacquelyn Mitchard

“They died instantly.” When it comes to first sentences, it’s hard to beat the car-crash immediacy of A Theory of Relativity. What follows, alas, is even more wrenching, if not nearly as black and white. Having perished in the wreck, Georgia and Ray McKenna leave behind an orphaned 1-year-old girl named Keefer–and handsome, self-involved Gordon McKenna decides to adopt hi….Read More

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