All love shifts and changes. I don't know if you can be wholeheartedly in love all the time
Houston (PRWEB) August 03, 2012
Julie Andrews once said about love that “All love shifts and changes. I don't know if you can be wholeheartedly in love all the time.” Wanting to write realistic novels that readers can relate to, author Richard L. penned his book, “I Broke My Heart” (published by AuthorHouse), a story of one couple experiencing the misjudgments and difficulties of love.
Terry Jones is a deputy sheriff for the Harris County Sheriff’s Department. He separates from his wife, Wanda, believing that his freedom is what’s best for the both of them. During his separation, however, Terry finds it difficult to shake his guilt for having affairs while married to Wanda and leaving her for his own selfish reasons. His guilt keeps haunting him as he goes through each day with Wanda constantly on his mind.
Meanwhile, Terry is confronted with another problem as he and his neighbor, Sharon, start to have feelings for each other. Sharon has a secret crush on Terry and her feelings start to flow after she and Terry return to her apartment.
Terry’s world begins to fall apart as he discovers Wanda’s new relationship with Michael, a doctor who sweeps Wanda off her feet. The more Terry tries to show his sorrow and regret for leaving Wanda, the more she pushes him away.
After giving Michael a chance, Wanda flashes her new attitude and begins to free herself form the hold Terry has on her.
About the Author
Richard L. has a passion for reading which inspired him to start a writing career. His goal is to write fiction that reveals realistic turns of events that occur in the everyday life of his readers through situations in which they can relate. He has completed a second manuscript and is currently working on a third. He lives in Houston.
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