(PRWEB) February 16, 2017
First-time author J.P. Reese offers readers a gripping and potent journey of success, failure, devotion, and intrigue in "Everything Made Perfect," a novel that dissects the inner workings of true love gone sour when memories fade and malice rises to the forefront. Reese explores the social and mental changes that affect a later-in-life marriage between two creative but ultimately dissatisfied Midwest retirees and their families. Unlike most books dealing with a character's descent into the shadowlands of Alzheimer's disease, "Everything Made Perfect" sheds light on an ugly reality: Not all caretakers choose to actually care for the afflicted, and sometimes the patient can exact vengeance on the strong. Characters come to life as weaknesses and motives are revealed, because in the Frank and Christine Grimes' household, nothing is ever as it seems.
J.P. Reese is the pseudonym for a longtime Pacific Northwest resident. Published by New York City-based Page Publishing.
She knew why he deserved it. He wasn’t a good man. Not a good lover. Not a good father. Living with him daily confirmed he had not the knowledge or the heart to engage Christine on her level. She was a model of capability, mastering almost every area of her life, but secretly tormented by the fact that, once again, happiness in a crucial relationship had eluded her. Frank, well, Frank was damned too. Unable to fathom its design, the way of love seemed hopelessly beyond his grasp. Now free for the most part from the world’s distractions, this unlikely pair, cuffed together for what seemed like an eternity, cautiously ventured into their retirement years. One had gained an unfair advantage over the other. With love no longer at stake and a shadow falling over their lives, one hatches a plot to fully exploit the other as a crowd of memorable friends and dysfunctional family slowly watches it all fall part.
Readers who wish to experience this alluring work can purchase“Everything Made Perfect” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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