Hopelessly in Love Becomes Desperate for Divorce

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New book by Kenneth Kohnson tells the story of love’s real challenges and dark side

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My own experiences with love and divorce have helped me craft a very genuine relationship between my main characters.

According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner every minute.

Situations like this can cause people to turn to desperate measures to escape including theft, drugs or running away. In his new novel, “Victims of Circumstance” Kenneth Johnson outlines the life of a young married couple that battle jealousy, betrayal and misplaced trust.

“My novel is the classic story about a man who falls in love with a woman way out of his league,” Johnson said. “But when things get out of control, the married couple struggle to get the happily-ever-after part of marriage right.”

Johnson’s novel isn’t afraid of hitting hard-to-talk-about subjects, such as how common rape is in our society today and the way drugs can cause unpredictable behavior from loved ones.

“The story gets at the real problems couples face,” Johnson said. “My own experiences with love and divorce have helped me craft a very genuine relationship between my main characters.”

Victims of Circumstance
By Kenneth Johnson
ISBN: SC 978-1-5035-4025-5, EB 978-1-5035-4024-8
Available in softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author

Kenneth Johnson grew up in the South Bronx, graduated from Taft High School and spent two years in college before deciding it wasn’t for him. He is a former mechanic and sergeant in the U.S. army and after his service married his then best friend. The couple had two sons together before divorcing, but are still friends today.

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Craig Cainkar
317.602.7137
ccainkar(at)bohlsengroup.com

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