Beth had it all: a husband, a home, a good job, two children, and great friends. Then a letter came - and she went 33 years back in time. It brought people back into her life that she thought were gone forever. This is a true love story with so many different kinds and so many different levels of love. It takes you from love to loss and then to hope.
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The Right Triangle based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
"The Right Triangle" has an unusual format from your typical chick-lit novel. It reads like a journal, chronicling a love story that begins at the "puppy love" age of 17 and continues to mature adulthood at 52. Beth is an optimist who can also acknowledge the hurts of her past choices, while trying to fix those wrongs and maintain the bonds with all of her family, children, father, and the men she loves alike. She is spiritual without crossing that fine line of being annoyingly "preachy". This is a great story of first love rekindled through the rediscovery of a shared child.