John just kept surprising Patricia. Remembering little things about her and about their life together. He was like the sexy sweet man she had fallen in love with in college. Not like the man she had spent so much time hating and avoiding and keeping from their daughter and granddaughter. Could she trust him? Should she take a chance on him again?
The twists and turns, zigs and zags of their second-chance love story exemplify John Donaldson’s analogy, “Love on life’s zip line is the messiest and most complicated experience of all, but it is oh so worth it.”
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About the Author
Ann M. Streetman may have inherited her interest in storytelling from her father who could spin a good tale. Then came her degree in journalism and a lifelong career in many kinds of communication. She served more than 14 years in various management positions (including president and chief paid staff) of Texas Safety Association, which was a not-for-profit statewide educational organization. Before and after association management, she enjoyed freelance manuscript book editing (21 books). Along the way, she also served for 9 years as media contractor for Region 6 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (5 states and the Indian Nations via the Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Highway Safety Program). Her duties there included writing many news releases, news conference notifications, public service announcements, and educational materials for Region 6 entities and their partners. She enjoys writing ebooks for adults and children. Latest book: Melissa on the Line, Love on Life's Zip Line Book 1.