The exciting romantic novel NEW PATHWAYS covers a host of trials faced by Jennifer Evans, who overcomes a car accident she barely survives as a teen. When the book begins, she has just lost her beloved husband in a plane crash. Out of the pain of her husband's death, Jennifer literally moves on with her new life in a courageous move out of state. There she must overcome her romantic conflicts when she meets three new men and must choose between them. It is Jennifer's faith that comforts her through the bad times and gives her guidance to choose her NEW PATHWAYS. Will she select Eric, a patient who has gone through similar health problems; Hernando, a handsome personnel director; or Brian, a private detective? One of them has big secrets to hide. When author Desiree Irvine was 16, she was hospitalized for seven months following a car accident. She permanently lost her memory of her life up to that point. After numerous surgeries and a long recuperation, Irvine found that writing was a marvelous outlet to express herself. Forty years later, she has written NEW PATHWAYS, a highly fictionalized account of that time in her life. Irvine and her husband have run an adult family home and previously wrote a book about options for the elderly. They live in Chehalis, Washington.