An inspiration to live passionately and excitingly until the end.
Ascona, Switzerland (PRWEB) February 10, 2014
Set in Switzerland near the Italian boarder, "Love at Sixty" is Taylor’s testament to the power of love. After decades of dealing with the ups and downs of love, Taylor thought all hopes of falling in love again were over, but a chance encounter leaves her breathless. She finds herself trying desperately to resist her lover, believing herself to be too old for love, but as her life begins to turn upside down, Taylor learns that love is for all ages.
An excerpt from "Love at Sixty":
"Before approaching this moment of falling into a baffling and complex state of affairs, I had to ask myself the following: Do I really want to go through all the drama again? Didn’t I have enough of that at 20, 30, 40 and - God forbid - at 50?"
"Love at Sixty"
By Yvonne Taylor
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 202 pages | ISBN 9781491886519
E-Book | 202 pages | ISBN 9781491886526
Available at Amazon and Waterstones
About the Author
Yvonne Taylor was born in England but spent most of her life in Switzerland, where she founded a language school. She has traveled to many countries and speaks four languages. She lives at the Italian lakes where she presides over a cultural association, organizing about 60 events per year. She has previously published "Norweigian Summers are Short," "Amy and May," "Zurich- Palermo and Back" and "When Ends Don’t Meet."
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