Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Back To The One I Love

The thrilling adventure of first love and self-discovery
 is just as groovy the second time around. 

Have you ever wished you could go back in time to a day or event that changed your life forever?

Over forty years ago at the Woodstock Arts and Music festival in 1969, Cash climbed on the back of Keith's motorcycle and they've been together ever since. Now, over forty years later Cash wonders what would have happened if she got on a different guy's motorcycle. 

This week featured the first day of spring, the perfect time for a super zany comedy romance with a splash of fantasy and time travel is set during the summer of 69 at the Woodstock art and musical festival. My hero and heroine are in their latter 60's. So, in addition to being a great read of all ages, 17 on up, I'd say, it's especially nice for the baby boomer set, like me. And the perfect Easter/Spring/Sumer vacation read. It's a novella so you can easily breeze through it during your down time, relaxing on a blanket after a picnic, reading on the chaise lounge pool side or at the beech.  

A free-spirited, baby boomer couple, Cash and Keith, find their marriage of forty-five years unraveling amid apathy, boredom and retirement. Cash feels Keith is no longer attracted to her and he’s consumed with a couch-potato life of streaming Firefly all day long. Trying to hang on to their marriage and rekindle the romance they
lost along the way they turn to a counselor. The therapist uses an unorthodox magical method of a time traveling Volkswagen van to cast them back into the garden…four days of Eden at Woodstock….the epic music festival… where they first fell in love. 
Will the freedom of Woodstock lure Keith and Cash to push their individual boundaries and seek new lovers? Or can Déjà Vu and grooving to music….truly lead them to rediscover the peace, love, and harmony they once shared? 
Give peace, love, and music a chance…groove on a copy of Back To the One I Love today.

Here are some short excerpt, teasers:

Back To The One I Love       99 cents


Tina Donahue said...

I love this theme, Cornelia. There are countless days I wish I could return to. This makes a great plot for a romance. :)

Cornelia Amiri said...

Thank you so much, Tina. I really appreciate it.