The Course of True Love Never Did Run Smoothby Marie Cox
Louise Jensen looks forward to a new life after an ugly divorce from a controlling husband; Annette Evans generously offers her friend an escape on her private island, only to
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Set in Cleveland, Ohio, and Bonds Cay in the Bahamas, this e-novel takes readers on a suspenseful ride. What began as a blossoming unlikely friendship leads to jealousy and murder.
Louise Jensen looks forward to a new life after an ugly divorce from a controlling husband; Annette Evans generously offers her friend an escape on her private island, only to realize this sets bloody events into motion; Katrina Engles, governor of Bonds Cay, falls head over heels in love and finds herself involved in murder and revenge. Cleveland Homicide Detective Marc Stevens learns more on this case than he bargained for...
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Meet the Author
Born and raised in Ohio, I yearn for the sunshine and deserts of Arizona! Until my dream is achieved, I peacefully reside in the midwest. Since 1999, I've been happily teaching composition and literature, as well as developing new courses, at a local community college, and hold the title of Associate Professor, English. A published poet and essayist, I now have my first novel published! And I have under review some short stories and poems this year as well.
I've always wanted a large family, and boy do I have one...of the animal and aviary kind, all rescued! With my partner, we have a Greyhound, a Boxer-Saluki, a Budgie, a geriatric Lab-Corgi mix [can you picture this?], and an extremely old black cat. Oh, and did I mention I've got two beautiful stepdaughters as well?
Familiar with this poem, allegedly by Emerson, titled "Success"? "To laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people, and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded." At heart, I'm a Transcendentalist with a strong Native American spirituality, and I hope, if I'm to be judged at all, to be measured by the spirit of this poem and philosophy!
Laugh...Love...Live...Be good to yourself and others!
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