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Finding Tranquility: A trans love story

Finding Tranquility: A trans love story

by Laura Heffernan
Finding Tranquility: A trans love story

Finding Tranquility: A trans love story

by Laura Heffernan

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An impulsive decision. A twist of fate. A new life.

On September 11, 2001, Brett Cooper checks into a flight to go on an interview for a job he doesn't want in a city where he doesn't want to live. All to make his wife happy. He loves her, but he's not happy in his marriage. Or in his body.

As boarding begins, Brett panics and gives his ticket away. When the plane strikes the World Trade Center, Brett gets a second chance. Finally, he can live the life he always wanted. Brett embraces his "death" and disappears. For eighteen years, everything is peaceful and easy. Until his wife appears. 

Jess used her husband's life insurance to go to medical school. Unfortunately, she's not really a widow. To complicate matters, Jess realizes that the love she held for her spouse is alive and well. The spouse who transitioned into Christa while they were apart.

Together, Christa and Jess must figure out what the future holds.

Can love conquer all, or is it sometimes better to let go?

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BN ID: 2940160845432
Publisher: Empress Books
Publication date: 01/20/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 27,311
File size: 688 KB

About the Author

Laura Heffernan is the award-winning author of fun, witty romantic comedies and women’s fiction that touches on some of society’s most important issues. When not writing or wishing she were sleeping, Laura enjoys board games, travel, board games, baking, and board games. She lives in the northeast with her husband, the world's most active toddler, and two cats.

Laura loves connecting with readers. Find her on her website,, Facebook,, or on Twitter at, where she spends far too much time tweeting about reality TV and Canadian chocolate.

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