Just Another Woman

Just Another Woman

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All of us want to be happy; it's a given. We all set out in search of it. Some of us find it, and others are diverted by the responsibilities of life, placated by its possessions or simply disillusioned by its tragedies, but we all have an internal dialogue that can be brutally honest with us when needed, and then whether or not we listen to it can determine whether we adjust course and find what we are looking for ... or lose our way completely. Sarah Chadwick is a single parent and an English teacher in a deprived, inner-city area. Her pursuit of happiness has been shelved for so long by her heavy responsibilities at home and at work that it has ceased to seem important. She has become a tick box robot. Despite thinking she is an optimist, she is worn out and old before her time, burned out from caring for others. Her internal dialogue is trying to gain her commitment to change before she goes under altogether. Rick Masters, movie star, has all of the things most people on the planet are busy chasing. He is isolated by them; these things have cost him happiness, which he doesn't really believe exists any longer; he doesn't trust others who say it does exist. His internal dialogue is driven by such pessimistic disenchantment that he has a growing drinking problem just to get some peace. This is the story of what happens when these two lives cross unexpectedly, and what results is only part farce. It is also part tragedy because neither has any insight or understanding into the world of the other. Three days will tell whether either of them have the courage to change, abandon their pasts, and embrace a new future.A size twelve body would fit in a size twenty dress, however odd it looked, but size six feet would not fit into size four ... A persistent car horn interrupted their conversation and Daniel checked the window. a€œBlack car? Gee, a Ferrari, aina#39;t it?

Title:Just Another Woman
Author: Leah Duncan
Publisher:Author House - 2014-12-18

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