Mesa, AZ (Vocus) June 11, 2010
What do Suzanne Parks, Renée de Champlain, and Paula Black have in common? These three Auburn college co-eds are all in love with Frank Martin, an Idaho cowboy, from Fort Henry, ID, enrolled in Veterinary School. Readers will find out who will win his heart in Love Suzanne, a love story by Glen Laws.
Frank Martin is gifted by God with a special grace to feel the emotions of animal and humans by touching them. A beautiful and dedicated Christian girl, Suzanne wins out on the love triangle and becomes Frank’s fiancée. But she has to worry about Renée and Paula, who both claim to still love Frank even though they are going to get married. To make matters worse, Helen Fairfield, Frank’s high school sweetheart from Idaho reappears in his life and could possibly upset the apple cart. Readers can witness how Frank and Suzanne’s romance will unfold in this touching love story.
Love Suzanne (Part I) will be featured at the American Library Association Annual Book Exhibit in Washington, DC, which will run June 25-28, 2010. For more information, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Glen Laws is a graduate engineer with thirty-four years as a spacecraft communication engineer. He spends his time writing poetry and Bible reading. He has published two poems. He has a poem book to publish. Much of his poems are about the desert, which he loves. The author has lived in Mesa, Arizona for thirty-four years with his wife Carolyn and three children. After he retired, he switched from left-brain logic to right- brain reasoning. This is his first novel, which is a love story and a relief from writing technical papers.
Love Suzanne (Part I) * by Glen Laws
Publication Date: February 5, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 277 pages; 978-1-4500-3830-0
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