Author Betty Owens Cory has followed her husband to Italy on assignment for seven years, consulting for Microtecnica, an Italian aerospace company working on the Airbus 380 supplemental cooling system. Mrs. Cory previously consulted for a gene synthesis engineering company highly experienced in improving efficiency and served as the business director in North America for GeneArt, a leading gene synthesis company. She was also responsible for creating a small business set-aside contract for Voltaix which is an Air Liquide Advanced Materials brand of gaseous precursors that enhance the performance of logic, memory, solar, and display devices.
Cory writes, “Everybody liked Lee McCormack when he was growing up in Misty Harbor, Maine, and as the years went by, Lee and his family, brothers Sam and Ben, have made themselves well-respected lobster men in this Maine community. Lee is, first and foremost, a lobsterman, but he’s also pretty handy with carpentry skills and has recently built a yellow clapboard home overlooking the bay for his wife-to-be, Beth Beckum. Lee has mourned for four years over the loss of his first wife in a tragic automobile accident. Meeting Beth has changed his life and that of his young daughter, Sarah. Sarah used to cry herself to sleep every night for her mom, but Beth has quietly crept into that hole in her heart and filled up the grief with friendship and love. Lee’s fiancée, Beth, is the owner of Maggie’s Art Gallery on the Bay, and their upcoming wedding is the talk of the town. Sam McCormack is married to Christy, who owns Christy’s Sea Glass Jewelry downtown, and Ben McCormack’s wife, Maven, owns the Blueberry Muffin and Ceramic Shop.”
Published by Page Publishing, Betty Owens Cory’s remarkable tale follows Lee and Beth’s journey together.
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