Going Home by Patricia Ploss


Millie Parker found herself taking over her father’s veterinary clinic when her dad retired, and he and wife Carolyn moved to Florida. Millie’s life was on track, a profession she loved, established clientele, a great staff to work with, and old friends to reconnect with!

As she settled into her childhood home, pursuing her lifelong dream to follow in her father’s footsteps, Millie expected to be happy!

Instead, she finds herself falling all over again for a high school crush! Now a widower with a young son, Al Alcoba seems further out of reach than in high school!

Running into Al and his son, Millie questions whether her life is really full! Would there be room in Al’s life for another woman, since his wife had died? Would his ten-year-old son ever accept his dad having a new relationship?
Personal loss and the goal of helping others leads Millie down roads she never thought she’d travel.

Patricia Ploss, originally from Midland, Michigan, makes her home in northwest Indiana with her husband Tony. She spends her time writing, walking, and spending time with her family and pets.

Writing has been a passion of hers for many years, but only within the last three, has it become a reality in print.
Patricia and Tony have two grown children. Dawson, 24, lives with them, having survived a car accident that left him with challenges. Her first book, The Dandelion Picker, is a memoir based on his story and new reality.

Rachel, a graduate of Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) with a Master’s degree, resides in Florida, currently in a fellowship program at The Patterson Foundation.

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