The Reunion

The Reunion

by Marina Martindale

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Overview

Gillian Matthews is becoming famous in the art world. All her hard work has finally paid off and her paintings are being sold in several prestigious art galleries. Yet in spite of her success and accomplishments, one thing has always eluded her—true love. Then one night, during her opening at a Denver art gallery, a man from her past suddenly and unexpectedly appears. Her long lost true love. The one man she never forgot, never got over, and never expected to ever see again. After being apart for twenty-five long years, will Gillian finally have a second chance for happiness?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983938491
Publisher: Good Oak Press, LLC
Publication date: 04/01/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 808
File size: 222 KB

About the Author

Just like Gillian Matthews, the heroine in her debut romance novel, "The Reunion," Marina Martindale began her career as a graphic designer and artist. After submitting several articles to trade publications, she discovered that writing was her true calling. “I love creating conflicted characters,” says Martindale. “I think they’re more like the people we meet in real life. I also like the complexity of romance. It’s an opportunity to delve deep into the human condition and try to understand what it is that motivates us to make the choices in life that we make.” Martindale draws her inspiration from her own real life experiences, as well as those of the people around her. The stories, however, are fiction. “The path to true love is never an easy one,” adds Martindale. “Some are haunted by people from their past. Others have been deceived or betrayed by the people they trusted the most. We all make bad choices, even though we usually don’t realize it at the time. My stories are about the unintended consequences of those bad choices, how the characters resolve them, and how they grow and become better people as a result.” Marina Martindale resides in Tucson, Arizona. In her spare time she enjoys music, traveling, photography, and cooking.

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