Carly

By Lyn Cote
A Cedar House Audio Production
Read by Anna Fields

The Women of Ivy Manor Series: Book 4

7.25 Hours 01/01/2006 unabridged
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Carly Leigh Sinclair grew up in the last decades of the twentieth century in the home of her independent, ambitious mother, Leigh. Scarred by a childhood trauma, Carly finds that hiding her fears from her mother only causes them to mount. In an attempt to face them head on, Carly decides to join the army. Although military life is a shocking change for Carly, she begins to dismantle her self-doubt. When she suffers abuse from another recruit and then is sent to the war in Kuwait, courage becomes crucial for survival. Soon, Carly finds love, is wounded, and is sent home to Ivy Manor. There, under the care of three generations of women who endured their own types of war, Carly must learn how to cope with her physical, emotional, and spiritual injuries and to find peace at last.

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Summary

Summary

Carly Leigh Sinclair grew up in the last decades of the twentieth century in the home of her independent, ambitious mother, Leigh. Scarred by a childhood trauma, Carly finds that hiding her fears from her mother only causes them to mount. In an attempt to face them head on, Carly decides to join the army.

Although military life is a shocking change for Carly, she begins to dismantle her self-doubt. When she suffers abuse from another recruit and then is sent to the war in Kuwait, courage becomes crucial for survival.

Soon, Carly finds love, is wounded, and is sent home to Ivy Manor. There, under the care of three generations of women who endured their own types of war, Carly must learn how to cope with her physical, emotional, and spiritual injuries and to find peace at last.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“An engaging tale of finding the courage to be the person you have always known was hidden deep within you.” Susan Meissner, author of Why the Sky Is Blue

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Author

Author Bio: Lyn Cote

Lyn Cote (pronounced “co-tee”) is the award-winning author of historical novels. She was born in Texas, grew up in Illinois on the shores of Lake Michigan, and raised two children in Iowa. She now lives in northern Wisconsin with her husband and two cats.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, Library CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 7.25
Audience: Adult
Language: English