Loiacono Literary Agency takes on Chuck Gleason's two romance novels!
Yes, Gleason is ninety years old and writing love stories at a prodigious rate. He started dating his wife, Janet, in 1945 when they were just fifteen. They were married in 1950 and are still in love over sixty-eight years later!
Chuck achieved business success selling life insurance. His speech, "Are You Running Your Business or is Your Business Running You?" has been delivered in twenty-seven states and seven foreign countries. Anyone who can achieve pin-drop silence in an audience of over 5,000 knows how to tell a story.
The couple retired to Dahlonega, Georgia in 2003. Chuck began writing at age eighty. He has had four traditionally published novels: Collision Course, Fired Angels, Widow, and Mystery Daughter.
They have two children, three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. His motto is: "If you marry your best friend, you'll have a wonderful life."
Represented by Jeanie Loiacono, Loiacono Literary Agencyhttps://loiaconoliteraryagency.com/
Shy Spencer falls in love with the high school beauty, June. When June's parents are both killed in a car accident, Spencer steps up and invites June to live with his family for the balance of her high school years.
Spencer's love for June deepens. However, June only sees Spencer as a kind, shy person, and definitely not her type.
Upon graduation, Spencer joins the Marines and becomes a confident person, winning a Silver Star for gallantry.
Will June ever recognize the amazing loving husband Spencer would make?
Norm is abandoned by both parents; his mother in the middle of the night, and his father by leaving him on the doorstep of his grandmother's home. She immediately takes in the child she'd never known to care and love him as no other. As he grows up, a series of women use and misuse him, then the only female he had ever trusted, his grandmother, dies.
Hurt and filled with mistrust, Norm moves to a small college town in Georgia where he meets another lost soul, Jamie, a preacher's kid. Having gotten herself pregnant at sixteen, she is banished from her home by her intolerant preacher father, but not alone. Unable to bear the thought of her daughter and unborn grandchild on the streets, her mother gathers all their things and together they forge a new life.
Then God's puzzle pieces fall together and Jamie and Norm connect. Will they accept each other's faults and past mistakes? Will true love rule the day?
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