Saying Goodbye: Love is Learning to Say Goodbye

Saying Goodbye Love is Learning to Say Goodbye What is love Is it a possession something to confine and put on display Is it declarations for the whole world to hear or is it a precious space within the heart After a tragic event in which agents

  • Title: Saying Goodbye: Love is Learning to Say Goodbye
  • Author: Mahima Martel Jennifer Ott
  • ISBN: 9781304995261
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • What is love Is it a possession, something to confine and put on display Is it declarations for the whole world to hear, or is it a precious space within the heart After a tragic event in which agents and parents keep them apart, Frankie and Alex maintain a long distance love affair throughout the turbulent Sixties, away from the prying eyes of the press and the fans SWhat is love Is it a possession, something to confine and put on display Is it declarations for the whole world to hear, or is it a precious space within the heart After a tragic event in which agents and parents keep them apart, Frankie and Alex maintain a long distance love affair throughout the turbulent Sixties, away from the prying eyes of the press and the fans Separated, their love breeds strength to overcome obstacles that once held them down Individually, they blossom creatively and their talents soar to new heights Within the secrecy of their relationship, they learn greater lessons of love, lessons not defined by society, but by the heart and the soul A true lover knows what the other needs and will often make great personal sacrifices for the well being of their lover Sometimes the strength of love is being able to say goodbye.

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    1. After finishing Saying Goodbye part 1, I started immediately reading its sequel. Again we are met with Frankie and Alex, two young lovers from vastly different worlds who share a unique and abiding love. Not having the maturity to deal effectively with the pressures and demands meant to keep them apart, they struggle to make sense of love and of life. Something as simple as falling in love and wanting to share a life with another person, can be downright disastrous to those in the public spotlig [...]

    2. I have read the first book, (What the World Doesn't Know) and found it to be a well-written book about too young lovers making the very most of the short time they can spend with each other and the pain caused by those trying to keep them apart, but book two - WOW! It was like the blossoming of a flower, seeing the two characters grow and expand in their love for each other. No matter at what costs, their hearts remained true yet both made sacfrices to benefit the other. In a world all about obs [...]

    3. This is the conclusion of a two volume story begun in "Saying Goodbye: What the World Doesn't Know". This book continues to detail the barriers confronting the lovers Frankie and Alex that are keeping them apart and adds even more. They struggle with overcoming the barriers and considering whether they can marry and if they should marry even if they can. They maintain a turbulent but deep relationship for years although physically separated by continents. The book searches for answers to the dil [...]

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