Crawford, NE (PRWEB) January 6, 2006
When it comes to romance, author Sissy de Grace doesn't play around. She weaves a tale of human relationships and introspection, which rivals some of today's current best sellers.
In Passage of Time, Sissy opens up the world of Genevieve Howard, a young mother and wife. Genevieve thinks she has all life has to offer, when a brief meeting with a ten-year-old boy, Danny, changes the course of both of their lives. It isn't until many years later, when their paths cross again, Genevieve realizes the tragedy which has linked them together forever.
Danny is a grown man, when they find themselves working side by side at the local college greenhouse, and a bond of friendship forms -- born of tragedy and eventually healing, making Genevieve understand she can't live without Danny in her life.
Soon an undeniable attraction develops, making Genevieve have to decide between the life and family she chose, or the connection she feels with Danny... before she destroys them both.
Passage of Time is a novel that honestly deals with the subjects of being true to one's self, fidelity, and the often brushed over topic of a serious relationship between a younger man and an older woman. At no point is the reader given the easy choice, and their heart will be taken along, as Genevieve struggles with what is right morally and what is right emotionally.
"Sissy de Grace has a unique way of writing a novel for both women and men. This book appeals to the romantic in all of us!"