Aurora, CO (Vocus) September 5, 2010
Isn’t it time for everyone to start down the path of a fulfilling relationship? With the current ratio of couples joining together in love and then painfully separating later on because they lose that loving feeling, author Ifiok Etuk offers a helpful eye-opener for all. His book, A Romance Truth, will serve as a guide to a lasting relationship; it aims to help couples gain knowledge and understanding into the world of relationships.
The truth about romance starts the process for a person to explore and acknowledge who he or she is as a person; trusting, accepting, and loving the person he or she is. The wisdom gained from reading this insightful book will thrust the person into the highest level of not only giving pure love but also being able to give it confidently, joyfully, and respectably, while learning how to receive these gifts at the same time.
Highly enlightening, this remarkable book takes readers on a journey to realizing their true feelings and helps them explore the genuine meaning of natural happiness. It includes two stories to better convey that though men and women may have differences, they can always work things together to understand each other better and strengthen their bond. It also elucidates the fact that an individual must first learn to know, understand, and love himself to have a direction, a vision of what he wants.
Readers are in for an unforgettable learning experience as Ifiok Etuk sheds light on the most intriguing and most complicated subject – love. Vividly elaborated, A Romance Truth is one magnificent revelation perfectly created to build long lasting relationships.
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About the Author
Ifiok Etuk is the founder and owner of Hessini Roots International Cafe in Denver, CO, providing soul food, African food, and tasty burritos. He is a proud father, husband, mentor, and counselor. He also loves to inspire, teach, uplift, and comfort others.
A Romance Truth * by Ifiok Etuk
Publication Date: October 31, 2009
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