Veda Boyd Jones

Sense Of Place

TV news achor Kate Malone actually heard bells when she first saw Tyler Sinclair. Okay, so they were the church bells that played every day at the same time. But couldnt they be a sign that it was time to stop climbing the ladder of success to bigger stations and stay in Kentucky?When his brother died, Air Force Major Tyler Sinclair bowed out of the service to take over the giant Sinclair Corporation. Although Tyler wasnt pleased to return to Bend, Kentucky, he believed that for every door God closed He opened a window, and Tyler vowed to be the best CEO he could be. In learning how each of his companies operated, he soon came across WKYS-TV and Kate Malone.
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