Jeanie Le Claire


Does, "'Till death do us part," mean that a man or woman should stay in a loveless marriage? During the turbulent 1960s, high school sweethearts Annie and Jimmy fall in love but part after graduation. Reunited, they are consumed by their unforgotten love and their commitments to unhappy marriages

About Jeanie Le Claire
When Julie realizes that her fiancé is not all that he pretends to be, their lives turn into a mysterious and escalating roller coaster
of a ride thriller. There are unexpected and riveting results that will keep you turning the pages until the full story is told.
Jeanie Le Claire has lived in Wisconsin for most of her life, holding Midwest values close to her heart.  She has held a variety of jobs over her life, including: swim instructor, administrative assistant for senior housing and a family doctor, sign painter, tole painting teacher and news and feature reporter for newspapers, magazines and local television.

When she is not busy writing or painting she enjoys spending time with husband, Randy, three adult children and grandchildren. She also enjoys time in her award winning garden, camping, swimming, reading and painting. She and her husband also enjoy their Goldendoodle and St. Berdoodle dogs.


RATED: PG is a cache of true love stories between a mother and her
children. As the children grow, their insights on life are found to be
comically true and sometimes profound.