A Forever Kind of Love

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AuthorHouse, Jun 1, 2005 - Fiction - 492 pages
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After dating for five years, Dana Walker is more than ready to settle down with her boyfriend, Eddie Williams.  But Eddie’s startling confession leaves her alone, causing her to distrust men in general and decide she’s better off without anyone in her life.  She soon finds out, however, that someone has been watching her from a far.

 

Handsome, young Mitch Tarrington is taken by Dana’s beauty instantly, but not feeling she could ever be interested in someone like himself, he tries hard to deny his attraction to her.  However, fate has other ideas for the two, and a chance meeting finds them falling in love at first sight.

 

Soon Mitch and Dana are planning their wedding, but will a major misunderstanding fueled by desire and jealousy keep the nuptials from ever taking place?

 

First in the ‘Forever Love’ series, follow this heartwarming and humorous journey full of surprises as Mitch and Dana search for “A Forever Kind of Love.”

 

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About the author (2005)

Debbie Alferio is a lifelong resident of Northern Ohio.  Her interest in writing this novel came after a dream she had one night involving the character of Mitch.  Feeling inspired by this dream, she began to write and now views it as her passion.  Feeling it important to write in a way that readers could easily relate to, she made each character very realistic and down-to-earth, instilling her own importance of high moral and family values into each one.  The relationships between characters, the surprises revealed throughout the story, and the humorous and heartwarming approach to each situation they face makes Debbie’s writing both interesting and entertaining.  This is her first novel in the series.

 

Debbie feels that long stories are the best stories.  “When you are absorbed in a good book, you don’t want it to end.  I like to give that satisfaction to my readers by keeping the excitement going just a little longer.”

 

Having lost several relatives to cancer as well personally knowing many others touched by the disease, Debbie chose to donate a portion of her profits from the sale of each book to the American Cancer Society.  In doing so, she hopes that her novel will not only bring enjoyment to those who read it, but will aid in finding a cure for this deadly disease.

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