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Posted December 9, 2008
love knows no age barrier
Sixty two year old widow Anne Marchand is proud of her daughters who rallied together to save the family Hotel Marchand founded by a dream she shared with her late spouse Remy. Now four years since Remy was killed by a DUI, she worries about the hotel¿s shaky finances while still recovering from a mild heart attack. --- Fellow hotelier William Armstrong has always loved Anne even before their mothers planned their marriage that never was. He knows he also loved and cherished his late wife Isabel. Yet he still admires and desires Anne though both are now septuagenarians, but wonders if she will ever move past Remy. When they see one another, their attraction remains strong, but she wonders if he is behind the recent mishaps in order to buy her family hotel. As they fall into a mature love, he wants to help them save their hotel not steal it, but she has doubts about his motives and then there is the issue of their age. --- This is a strong entry that accentuates two older people proving love knows no age barrier. The lead couple is a delightful duo struggling with their family, their personal history, their hotel rivalry, and their age as LOVE IS LOVELIER the second time around because you can appreciate the memories past and the dreams of the future. --- Harriet Klausner
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