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Brighton Publishing releases Janet S. Kleinman’s “Flirting with Disaster” in Print
“Flirting with Disaster: When Love & Nature Collide” Author Janet S. Kleinman reveals the depth and potency of nature’s most dominant force…love.
After the loss of her husband, the smart and breathtakingly beautiful Gloria sets out to find a new path for her life. Then, on a quiet, rainy Sunday evening, she’s caught off guard when she receives a phone call from Mickey, her former high school flame.
When an earthquake hits his homeland, Henri, a gentleman friend and Haitian ex-patriot, urges Gloria to travel with him to Haiti to help start a school for abandoned children.
And after forty years, Mickey now wants Gloria back in his life and is willing to follow her to Haiti to prove it.
Retired Senator Lance Carter, chief of the Relief Commission, arrives in Haiti to oversee earthquake reconstruction efforts that are being funded by American dollars. Before long, the Senator has cast his eyes on Gloria, and Senator Lance Carter is used to getting what he wants.
Now, with three handsome and successful men beckoning for her charms, Gloria’s difficulty resides with a single decision—which man is right for her?
Amid humble, but devastating surroundings, the biggest surprises are what Gloria discovers about the men so determined to be part of her life. From Florida to Haiti to Washington, D.C., readers will be taken on a whirlwind experience like no other.
“Janet S. Kleinman reveals a story that is as powerful as it is deep, fully capable of sweeping readers into her world as effortlessly as masters like Jackie Collins or Nicholas Sparks,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “It’s a dynamic and beautifully detailed portrayal of love and friendship developing in the midst of human tragedy.”
Janet Kleinman is a graduate of Brooklyn College, with a Master’s Degree from Manhattan College. She currently makes her home in South County Florida where she and her husband play tennis, bridge, and visit their children and grandchildren whenever they can. After years of teaching and working for Fortune 500 companies, she has now retired and embraced her first love…writing.