Durham, N.C (PRWEB) June 06, 2013
What happens when two people that shared a relationship earlier in life run into each other again after nearly two decades apart? These two realized that they never stopped caring for each other and discover that they may still have strong feelings. They both have their own lives and families now. However, they both know that if their love for each other grows, it can lead them to the brink of disaster. Will their love story have another chance or will these two forever become strangers with memories? Follow the romantic and scandalous lives of Norman and Gail as the creative and highly imaginative author Chuck Dozier pens a passionate and dramatic tale of love and infidelity that defies the true meaning of happy ever after in The Second Time Around.
This book depicts marriage disappointments, disillusions and the struggle for happiness from a male prospective. Most men are fundamentally good and can resist the temptations of infidelity when given a choice. The challenges of dealing with a wife that constantly pushes them to the margin of her life can often be too much for some men to bear.
As a young man right out of college, Norman, was assigned by his company to a territory in southern Pennsylvania. While living, there Norman met Gail, an attractive middle-aged woman that was ten years his senior with a teenage daughter. Gail and Norman became inseparable and very much in love. Neither of them felt any pressure to get married.
After six years Norman was promoted and had to transfer to another part of the country. Fearing that their age difference would cause their relationship to fade, Gail opted to stay in Pineville and they drifted apart. Many years later when their paths crossed again. Gail realized that she was still in love with the man that she had considered her soul mate. However, Norman was now married with two kids and based in Seattle. His marriage is unstable and Gail soon realizes that there might be a second chance to have the man she has loved for nearly half her life.
With his judgment clouded by the lack of attention from his wife, Norman begins to feel that he might have chosen the wrong woman for his life.
The Second Time Around will appeal to many readers because they can identify with the events of the story in their own lives. The way that it is written, there is something in it for every married couple to build on. There is also a lot for anyone who has ever been in love and was afraid to pull the trigger on their relationship for one reason or another.
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About the Author
Chuck Dozier has been writing for nearly two decades. With numerous published articles and his life-changing manuscripts to his credit, his knowledge of the world and life comes from having traveled extensively. His travels have taken him to every state in the United States and across much of four continents. He grew up in northeastern South Carolina, where he was the seventh child in a family with ten children. He shares a very close relationship with his six brothers and three sisters, most of whom still lives in the area. He met and married his wife, Regina, in California, where they lived for more than twenty-five years. He has two sons: Daniel, who lives in Baton Rouge, LA and CJ, who lives with him in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Chuck enjoys hiking, fishing, golfing, traveling, and writing. His biggest pleasure comes from spending quality time with his family and working in his garden.
The Second Time Around* by Chuck Dozier
Publication Date: April 12, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 284 pages; 978-1-4836-1897-5
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