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Love Leads To Publishing Career
A man who searched for his long lost "Love Boat" love for thirty years, reunited with her in Grand Central Station to violins, then married her, will have his romance novel based on that experience published in time for Valentines Day.
A man who searched thirty years to find his long lost first love finally reunited with her in Grand Central Station to a live violinist he hired to play their love song.
It was love again at first sight since meeting each other aboard the Love Boat. Yes, the same one used for the TV show. Not only was it a unique reunion, but a fairy tale wedding followed a few years later.
But wait, there's more.
He wrote a movie about their early love and reunion, and when his wife decided it was too personal to go public, he took various elements of the story and wrote a novel, "Take My Heart". It is one of the most powerful love stories of modern times.
His immense love of his wife has led to a new career as a published romance novelist. A synopsis of their love story was published in Bermuda's largest newspaper, "The Bermuda Sun", as well as in "The Beacon Magazine" in Tequesta, Florida. And in a day or so, his new novel, "Take My Heart" will be available on Amazon, along with many of his other already published fictional love stories, all inspired by his original, true love story. You can see and hear some of the their own real love story and wedding at www.thefourthwish.com