I lay in my bed, trying to sort it out. I wanted to help Mom so bad. I wanted to find her a rich, handsome man. And I wanted her not to be lonely, and I wanted to know what to do. I sighed. Tonight when I prayed, I would put special emphasis on Mom-Jo and the husband she needed.
For the past four years, Sam Rogers has been Mom-Jo's right-hand man. It's his job to help her out and be her protector, right? And it's his job to take a careful look at any husband prospects. But what happens when the wrong man shows up?
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Williams, Connie (Averitt), "Right-Hand Man" (1992). Alumni Book Gallery. 222.