Set in the 1960s and '70s, Owe It To The Wind is a story of love and betrayal. It begins with the high school romance between Michael, an underprivileged all-star athlete, and Meg, an only child in an upper-middle-class home. Determined to flee an abusive parent, Michael abruptly departs their small hometown in Michigan immediately after graduation to play football for the University of Southern California. Before he leaves, though, the young lovers make a pact to meet in five years. Neither realizes the consequences of this decision or how it will forever shape their futures.
"Owe It To The Wind" Gold winner in
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After a life-altering accident, can their love continue amidst mystery, confusion, and deception?
Eric Hoffer Award Finalist
Indie Excellence Award
Gold Winner in ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Award