"For You Maggie, A Greek Temple On A Mountaintop Is Not Enough."
Haunted by recurring thoughts of a special young woman, a doctor decides to get more involved in his practice. To forget to ask a girl's last name is a blunder for a single man--a travesty for a supposedly orderly mind of an M.D.
Michael Kitridge believed that life was too brief to play the dating game--the reason the breakup was doubly painful for him. Though more involved in his work, he still imagined Maggie's dark eyes haunting him. If angry with himself for messing up, he was devastated on a morning he found her wedding photo on a society page.
Stunned, he read the notice again, wondering about Maggie's change of heart. Giving up, he closed his eyes to again recall their exemplary meeting in a field of daffodils. A big mistake: He not only envisioned Maggie's bubbly personality, but her searching look--the kind that said, Search no more! We have found each other.
"Sure I messed up," he said aloud. "But, couldn't she have waited for us to connect again . . . " Stopped cold by a new thought, he said, "But, I'm listed in the Yellow Pages. Why Maggie didn't look me up, I'll never know."
Though destined to wait and know the reason Fate had intervened, a profound occurrence changed their lives. A grateful Michael sent flowers, with a note, 'For you Maggie, a Greek temple on a mountaintop is not enough.'
As a gifted writer, Mr. Salat will have his readers turning pages to the very end of this touching romantic tale.
- Beverly DeGeorge, Literary Consultant
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