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iUniverse, Aug 29, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography
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Can a man love two women at once?

On a March day filled with bright sunshine, they met at a convention in Kansas City. He was a New Yorker with a charming personality. She was a Southerner fresh on the heels of a divorce and ready to start anew. Neither of them knew that their lives were about to change forever.

In "Mistress," one woman shares a true account of her long-time love affair with a married man as she details intimate conversations, uncensored letters, and discreet encounters. She provides quotes, poems, and the results of her detailed research into infidelity as she offers an honest look into the lives of two strangers who are somehow unable to suppress their immediate attraction and eventual love for each other.

He loved his wife and children-but he also loved her. "Mistress" provides a compelling look at the secret world these two lovers shared together for more than thirty years.

"This book is engaging, romantic and well written. It is most delightful when the author paints pictures with her words and brings to life magic moments in time through her sensitive, imaginative, nuanced awareness of the thoughts, feelings and the wonderful details of environment, circumstances and dialogue. It feels as if you are somehow there in those magic moments. It is a personal love story that touches parts of us all."

-David Schoen, Jungian Analyst, Poet and author of "Divine Tempest; the Hurricane as Psychic Phenomenon"

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