By Carol Denker
Autumn Romance is a gorgeous e-book that contradicts the traditional knowledge, that when you've wrinkles and years of emotional luggage, then romance is off the desk.
Lavishly illustrated, superbly designed, Autumn Romance indicates that late-life love isn't just attainable, yet simply could be the easiest one in every of all. We see how traditional humans, regardless of sorrows and disappointments, retain their hearts open--and how as soon as they've discovered a few nice lifestyles classes, embody the affection that comes their approach.
In Autumn Romance, we see other ways they meet: those that knew one another whilst younger, those that proportion paintings, those that attach online--and the results, which variety from humorous to middle warming to inspiring.
There are those that become aware of nice intercourse, these whose lifelong hurts get healed, these whose lives are rotated. The tales of twenty-nine undefined, from very diversified cultures and backgrounds, carry a typical thread: how late-life romance could be a soul reward of substantial proportions. lots of those pleasant stories comprise plots Hollywood screenwriter may have envied. yet they're all true--proving how awesome existence could be!
The images include the book's groundbreaking essence: rather than having a look clear of age, as we now have been taught, 16 world-class photographers seemed age within the face--and stumbled on all types of attractiveness. They captured the essence of every couple's connection in beautiful black and white photographs. those beautiful pictures shout the reality, that real love isn't approximately loss of wrinkles, yet fairly, how spirits really attach.
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