Untrained Hearts

Untrained Hearts

Author: D. J. Vallone

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595089659

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Love is a mystery rarely solved. Take the lives of Danny and Julie Predmore, for example. They had a good long run at it, twenty wedded years to be exact, but sadly, they missed some clues along the way. And, falling short of Nirvana, they found themselves in divorce court instead, receiving two tickets back to "Square One." On their own and two thousand miles apart, they set out in search of long-suppressed dreams. In a sense they resemble a couple of lions, set free after two decades of confinement, romping through fields of desire. But when you look deeper you can see how very differently they perceive themselves: unmistakably more intelligent, civilized and discerning than wild animals. Yet, perhaps there is another, more accurate view of Danny and Julie. What burns inside their Untrained Hearts is far more imponderable and reckless than they suppose. Weaknesses that led them astray before can and will influence their behavior again. Come inside; take a intimate look at their lives; experience their secret desires. Follow the natural inclination toward disaster forged deep within their souls. But something else can be discovered there too, and it just might be the stuff dreams are made of.
Untrained Hearts
Language: en
Pages: 352
Authors: D. J. Vallone
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000-01 - Publisher: iUniverse

Love is a mystery rarely solved. Take the lives of Danny and Julie Predmore, for example. They had a good long run at it, twenty wedded years to be exact, but sadly, they missed some clues along the way. And, falling short of Nirvana, they found themselves in divorce court
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Categories: Science
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Pages: 256
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Language: en
Pages: 256
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