i would like to welcome back author Jaye Frances on my blog! today, she will be talking about her latest book and she will also be giving away a Kindle ebook to one lucky reader.
Thank you, AO, for hosting me today with my new release Love Travels Forever.
This collection of my favorite short stories and essays is one of my most personal efforts, written as a tribute to those who have touched me with their stories of inspiration and courage. Admittedly, these are emotional journeys, but each one comes from the heart, delivered with honest and genuine compassion that I hope will be remembered long after the book is finished.
“What Might Have Been” takes a poignant look back at high school and the uncertainty of those adolescent years.
|Love Travels Forever|
Evan and Frankie, a loving couple traveling through life hand-in-hand, are unaware that the shadow of fate is about to tear them apart. Helpless to change their shortened future together, one of them makes a promise—a promise of devotion and courage, honoring a love that surpasses the boundaries of time.
Mark and Janice, the perfect couple with the perfect life, are on the threshold of finally seeing their dreams come true—until an unexpected circumstance changes their lives forever.
Danny, a young soldier fresh out of boot-camp, is desperate to find a way to travel home and marry his sweetheart before being shipped overseas. Stranded in a train station on a three day pass with no hope in sight, Danny meets Wanda, an incredible woman who vows to find a way to bring Danny and his fiance together.
Nora and Georgia are two eight-year-old best friends who share giggles, dolls, and secrets. But when one of them faces sudden danger, the other responds with an unconditional act of love and forges a lifelong bond between them unaffected by fear or prejudice.
So find a quiet spot, get comfy, and grab a box of Kleenex. You’re about to take an unforgettable journey of the heart, to a place where compassion and hope have no limits, and where love continues to travel forever.
about the author:
she is also a featured columnist for the NUSA SUN magazine. born in the Midwest, Jaye readily admits that her life’s destination has been the result of an open mind and a curiosity about all things irreverent. when she’s not consumed by her writing, Jaye enjoys cooking, traveling to all places tropical and “beachy” and taking pictures—lots of pictures—many of which find their way to her website. Jaye lives on the central gulf coast of Florida, sharing her home with one husband, six computers, four cameras, and several hundred pairs of shoes.
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