Author Robert Ian Heslop gives readers a love story for that ages in Annie’s Guest: A Romance in 10 days. Romantic, mysterious, and certain to stir longings in readers, this story of passion, trust, and where the center truly lies is perfect for curling on top of within the upcoming winter months.
Annie, a married woman with two grown children, is left alone on Black Mountain, Vermont, while her husband attends a celebration in New york. Recovering from the recent hysterectomy, Annie is exhausted; not only from the operation, but also from trying to reconcile her husband’s inattentiveness it comes with she's now struggling to act as a schoolteacher for youngsters of all ages - employment that they dearly loves.
Relieved and worried when her husband sets off for first time York, Annie falls asleep for pretty much an entire day. When she wakes, she actually is disturbed by way of a quiet voice from her garage, with help. Investigating, she finds a young man named Will who's experiencing the results of just one from the worst winters of all time. Annie’s loneliness vanishes as she and can - who's merely eighteen - begin to spend their days together. Will, sensing that something isn't quite right in Annie’s marriage, encourages Annie to get at know him better.
Hesitant to betray her husband, but unable to deny her growing attraction to Will, Annie finds herself a growing number of interested in the clever and gentle child. Determined to maintain him well away as their week together draws to a close, Annie finds herself increasingly puzzled by Will: despite his insistence they spend as much time together as you possibly can, younger crowd asserts that he must leave at some point after a few days.
With vivid, powerful prose and a protagonist that is as relatable as she is real, Annie’s Guest could keep readers furiously turning pages until they reach the shocking twist ending that will leave them planning to browse the book repeatedly.
Robert Ian Heslop, called Ian by his friends and family, can be a retired teacher of secondary school English, Drama, and Special Needs classes. A father and grandfather, Ian lives along with his wife of nearly Fifty years, Sylvia. His other works include GLOBE, The Seven Runes (both collaborations with his friend James Dearden) and a book of Petrarchan love sonnets going to be out in November, titled Sylvia’s Sonnets.
Visit Ian and look at his other works at http://www.riheslop.co.uk/
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