- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: MillerWords, LLC (Oct. 19 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0998298689
- ISBN-13: 978-0998298689
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.5 x 19.8 cm
- Shipping Weight: 340 g
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Love's Sweetest Revenge Paperback – Oct 19 2017
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About the Author
Flora Reigada is an award-winning journalist and novelist. She and husband, Dan, have been a reporter/photographer team for several newspapers, including the Florida Today and currently, Senior Life of Brevard County, Florida. Interesting places they have explored in pursuit of a story include a castle, the Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine, Florida. They also toured Titusville, Florida's historic, Vassar B. Carlton Courthouse, climbing a hidden stairway, to a long-forgotten jail. Flora has also written for Guideposts magazine, Decision magazine, the Upper Room daily devotional and more. She and Dan are proud parents and grandparents. The couple has traveled throughout the beautiful British Isles and visited Spain, where they stayed in a castle on a cliff overlooking the ocean. Flora invites you to visit her webpage: http://florareigada.blogspot.com/
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Elizabeth Bertelli--Liz to her friends--believed she had a good marriage with Steve. Sure, he had a wandering eye, but he was so good to their twin boys, Stevie and Tony. By the time they were grown with careers of their own, Liz had gained a bit of weight, making the "curvaceous cutie" (Steve's praise) of their younger years, and Steve no longer thought of her as cute at all. He constantly criticized her, told her he longer wanted her. And then he left her for a younger--much younger--woman. Liz is devastated, sure (a) she is no longer a desirable woman and (b) no man can be trusted.
One spring morning on a walk toward the woods near her home, she encounters a bear. She flees, and when she falls and passes out, the bear apparently decides she is no further danger and leaves. When she looks up, Liz finds a precious locket with a letter. She and her best friend Rosa decide to try to find the intended recipient, and they find out the giver of the locket was shot, and his sweetheart disappeared. And they they find the box with pictures.
They discover the pictures are of a place in Florida. A neighbor remembers a young couple who disappeared and supplies names. Of course, they set out from New York to Florida (even over Liz's petrifying fear of flying. They meet with the son of the two teens, and the attraction begins.... Like I said, a lovely story, and with a mystery mixed in!