THERE WAS TOO MUCH AT STAKE
Monica Albright knew when she volunteered to be a Big Sister to fourteen-year-old, pregnant Ann Small that she had to give the motherless teenager support, love and most important, her undivided attention.
But Richard Small, Ann's father, needed help too. Strong and silent by nature, he was unable to relate to his daughter.
Now Richard and Monica were beginning to have feelings for each other. Feelings that had nothing to do with their love for Ann. Feelings which, if expressed, might alienate Ann forever.
It was a chance neither could afford to take.