The Woman Who Made Men Cry

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Thames River Press, 2012 - Fiction - 218 pages
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It's 1998 and Kim is a journalist in New York City. He thinks he's found the only woman for him: Elise is beautiful, intelligent and, it goes without saying, a sensational lover. The only catch is that she doesn't want just him – and he's agreed to it. For months on end, Kim is tormented by the knowledge that his Elise is sleeping with someone else.

Can a man be so smitten with someone that he allows himself to be ruled by her entirely?

A bittersweet love story about how far you can go for the woman you love – and at what cost.

 

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William Coles is a prize-winning journalist and author of the acclaimed 'The Well-Tempered Clavier'.

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