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Ebook Details
  • 12/2018
  • 978-0-9994665-2-0 B07KP2HZDK
  • 216 pages
  • $3.99
Paperback Details
  • 12/2018
  • 978-0-9994665-3-7
  • 216 pages
  • $14.95
Alan Simon
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Venice Redux
Alan Simon, author

College history professor Leslie Meyer is on her way to Venice, Italy...and ready to move on with her life. She has just signed the divorce papers that are now on their way to her husband's attorney for him to sign, and within weeks their eighteen-year marriage will be over.

Her conference presentation in Venice is the final, all-important step on her long road to achieving the security of a tenured faculty position...but Leslie is well aware that her own department chairman is far from her biggest supporter, and she is increasingly worried that he has some unpleasant surprises waiting for her after she arrives in Venice.

Purely by chance, Greg Meyer needs to travel to Venice for business at the same time that Leslie will be there. Leslie has no plans to rendezvous with the man from whom she will soon be divorced, and hasn't even seen in more than a year.

Fate has other plans, though...

Leslie Meyer is well aware that her life is about to dramatically change... but exactly what changes await her will catch her by surprise!

Reviews
Simon (The DeLuca Furlough Brides) and debut author Ellis tell a tender tale about love rekindled against a picturesque Italian backdrop. Leslie and Greg Meyer are on the verge of divorce after 18 years of marriage. History professor Leslie, aware that their passion has faded and resentful of Greg for prioritizing work over their relationship, signs her half of the divorce papers and immediately heads to Venice to present a research paper. Coincidentally, Greg’s job as a consultant also sends him on a business trip to Venice. Made nostalgic by the sights of the romantic city where the pair had their destination wedding years before, they agree to meet. As they reminisce about their early days, Greg reveals why he’s been so dedicated to his job and Leslie begins to doubt whether divorce is really what she wants. Though the narrative is often bogged down by exposition, the characters and descriptions of Italy are vivid and evocative. Italophiles and romantics will be satisfied by this sentimental story. (BookLife)
Formats
Ebook Details
  • 12/2018
  • 978-0-9994665-2-0 B07KP2HZDK
  • 216 pages
  • $3.99
Paperback Details
  • 12/2018
  • 978-0-9994665-3-7
  • 216 pages
  • $14.95

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