Albert very much a true hillbilly who comes off suave and cool, from the Shenandoah Valley, watches Lucy as she catches the bus to and from work. Lucy herself is a beautiful woman that has never been away from home. Albert convinces Lucy one evening, to let him take her home in his cab, free of charge. Lucy, lacking any social skills except from what she has learned from her backwoods parents, quickly falls for Albert. Lucy becomes pregnant, and Albert takes a job as a caretaker in the middle of a large cemetery outside of DC, where a house is provided for his family. Now, three daughter's later, Albert and Lucy struggle to make ends meet as the girls fight between themselves, but have a bond that no one can break.
Author_Bio: Donna Riley hails from Maryland, who now lives on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. She is the author of three Christian children's book in a series of five. She is an accomplished artist, and outdoors person, and enjoys kayaking, fishing and hiking the Appalachian Trail. She is the mother of three daughters, and has four grandchildren, which are included in her children’s books.
Keywords: Hillbilly, Family, Faith, Spousal Abuse, Cemetery, WWII, 1950, Poor, Struggle, Veteran, Tragedy, Triumph