New Book Tells of a Veteran Whose Life is Changed When He Moves to Arizona

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Author John C. Bird pens a fascinating fiction about a guy who gets more than he bargained for in retirement

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When Retired Army Officer Andy Frank moved to Arizona, it was so he could be near his other veteran buddies. He got more than he bargained for when he met Jenifer. Readers can witness the intriguing series of events that occur in author John C. Bird’s A Veteran Moves to Arizona.

When Andy is having breakfast with his three veteran friends, he finds himself attracted to a younger woman, Jenifer, who is their server. They go on one date that changes their lives forever. A Veteran Moves to Arizona follows their budding romance amidst a conflict with the Las Vegas mob, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other dilemmas that the couple must deal with. Adding complications to their already precarious relationship is Andy’s issue with their age difference—as he is twice Jenifer’s age—and Jenifer’s fear of men, which is brought about by her past experience with abuse. Will these two overcome all the challenges they face and find love and happiness?

An interesting story of a guy who just wants to be left alone in his retirement, who feels compelled to assist a young woman in need, A Veteran Moves to Arizona is also a take that explores the different feelings between two people who are cautiously navigating the unpredictable waters of love. It is a must-read for the Veteran, the romantic, and the Vet with PTSD and his significant other.

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About the Author
John C. Bird has eight articles in publication on management topics and is the author of A Marine – A Soldier.

A Veteran Moves To Arizona * by John C. Bird
Publication Date: 10/26/2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 196 pages; 978-1-4797-3113-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 196 pages; 978-1-4797-3114-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-3115-2

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