Alan Jorgenson’s New Book ‘Miss Vicky’ is a Compelling Novel About 2 Strangers Creating a Home for Orphaned Siblings

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Jun 28, 2022

Fulton Books author Alan Jorgenson, a retired field engineer, has completed his most recent book “Miss Vicky”: an emotional and intense read that introduces a newly discharged soldier and a lab technician’s ambiguous relationship. William and Vicky dated on and off for a few years while attending high school and junior college. They practically grew up together, thanks to their mothers’ closeness. Now that they’re both adults, William’s mother continues to hope that he and Vicky will hit it off once again. Will the orphaned siblings change the bizarre relationship between William and Vicky?

Jorgenson shares, “The sudden tragic death of their parents leaves the two young children as orphans. Who will be able to take them in and care for their needs as they grow older? An aunt? Their grandparents? Or a complete stranger? Or maybe two complete strangers.

The Rocky Mountains of Colorado provide the perfect backdrop for the hiking and skiing venues that occupied the lives of the people who took the journey. A journey through triumph and tragedy as their love stories unfolded while they sought to provide a home and lasting environment for the two loving children.”

Published by Fulton Books, Alan Jorgenson’s book is an interesting opus that one can’t help but adore. It revolves around the essence of family. It’s also nice to witness a friendship blossoming into a great love. 

This fictional work is set in the late 1950s to early 1960s, but the lessons about love and family remain relevant up to this day.

Readers who wish to experience this heartfelt work can purchase “Miss Vicky” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books

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