**** Love Isn’t Simple     Review by Rox Burkey

Author Pat Garcia explores a private relationship between Chance and Gavino Mancini. This summer to spring marriage has its share of challenges. The couple, separated for years by Chance’s sense of failure to create a family, while she still retained her deep passion for her soulmate.

Pat Garcia’s concise character development allows readers to gain a rapid understanding of the drivers for each one’s choices. The descriptions of places and people are accentuated with the feelings expressed as with this sample.

Chance gasped when Gavino Mancini came out into the open. Shock reverberated through her body. Overcome with guilt about the way she had left him, she let her eyes trail their way from his face to his neck. Once upon a time, she had delighted in planting kisses on the tanned column of his neck between his ear and shoulder.

The tension between Chance and Gavino stems from the poignant uncertainty of how they can create their family and retain their intimate bond. One gets a sense of their dominant to submissive roles with dialogue and gestures while exposing their deep commitment as a couple. This revealed closeness makes this story a compelling read from start to finish.

I recommend this fiction to those readers willing to explore the facets of a relationship impacted by separation. You’ll want to read to the end to find out if they can make their dream a reality.

About the Author 

Pat Garcia can’t remember a day when she didn’t desire to write. At the age of three, Pat wrote her first story. No one could understand it because she hadn’t learned to write. So, she read the scribble on her paper to whoever would listen.

Born in Blythe, Georgia,(USA), she is also a musician, singer, and songwriter and has released five CDs.

A member of the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB (RRBC), Pat is a proud new member of RWISA (Rave Writers International Society of Authors).

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    1 Response to "A Shared Dream"

    • Jan Sikes

      I have this new short story from Pat sitting on my Kindle and look forward to indulging! Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Rox!

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