Hello, Do You Know Me? (Those Gals From Minter, WI Book 5)

Hello, Do You Know Me? (Those Gals From Minter, WI Book 5)
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Vietnam took Jerry Fellows away from Minter, WI and returned him in a body bag. Thirty-five years later Matt Bratzman begins to remember a life he lived before he went to Vietnam. In that life he was Jerry Fellows. When DNA testing proves he isn’t Matt, he returns to Minter to find out the truth about who is buried in the grave with the name Jerry Fellows on the marker?

Thirty-five years ago, on Christmas Eve, Betsy Connor received a call telling her that her husband was dead. Now widowed for a second time, she receives a Christmas Eve call from the man who was her first love. Can it be possible or is it a clever con game?



What They Are Saying About Hello, Do You Know Me

 Hello Do You Know Me is a wonderful heart-warming love story. It touches your heart from the very beginning. It has everything that makes you turn the pages. Matt Bratzman has lived another man’s life for thirty-five years. Betsy Connor is a widow again. Now out of the blue her first love is back from the grave. But it can't be. Jerry Fellows was killed in Viet Nam. Sherry Derr Wille’s characters are real and you find yourself cheering for them and wanting them to find a happy-ever-after. If you like stories that grab a hold of your heart and don’t let go. You'll love this one. Along the way there is some humor and tears and love that survived through time. There were many tragedies out of the Viet Nam War but thanks to Ms. Wille this one had a happy ending.

—Judy Leigh Peters,

A Father’s Hope,

Joshua’s Faith



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