Remembrance: A Golden Sanctuary

Remembrance: A Golden Sanctuary

by Beau Chapman


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Remembrance is a golden sanctuary of a most beautiful love. Jacqueline DeParis sacrificed her "true self" to please her wealthy, dominant mother, and married Humphrey Livingston, solely for wealth and social status.

Shaun O'Neill, a young, architectural student, was hired as a gardener. He fell in love with Jacqueline at first sight, but kept from revealing it, at first. He felt compassion for Jacqueline in her unhappy marriage and encouraged her to regain full self-esteem: "to thine own self be true."

Jacqueline had an unfulfilled longing: to dance like "Astaire and Rogers." Shaun and Jacqueline took instructions and entered a local, charity ball competition. The instructor cautioned: Astaire and Rogers dances were only limited to the pursuit of love. To win, Shaun and Jacqueline must experience love in their dance.

Remembrance, "the love story" of love stories, has a kindness and wisdom seldom seen, for a "gentle heart" to treasure, never to be forgotten.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781439225196
Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
Publication date: 03/19/2009
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

Beau Chapman was born in San Francisco, a fourth generation Californian. He earned a BS in Liberal Arts at the University of San Francisco and served in the Korean War (1952-1954) as a laboratory technician at Tripler General Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. After his discharge he joined Pacific Bell where he devoted 30 years in Marketing, retiring in 1985 as a corporate Strategic Planning Manager. Remembrance was written in honor of his late wife, Shirley, and was based on actual life's experiences. He is the author of another work of literary fiction, The Commencement.

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