After the death of her husband, Betty Chandler wails, “My life is over!” She finds herself threatened and abused by her neighbors and friends. Betty questions her judgment and self-esteem. Will she abandon all visions of the future and wait for death as the reality of her own existence? Becoming a widow is a time of transition. Betty comes to depend not merely on others but on her own inner strength, steadily growing within as she searches for fulfillment in this second phase of her being. She comes to realize the end of her marriage was the start of the journey of self-discovery. Can Betty hold on to her puritanical standard of love and marriage after she meets Alfonse d’Medici? Will she embark on an adventurous journey, divesting herself of the past to find herself in a new world filled with adventure and romance (often erotic), threatening her morality, her sense of being, and, at times, her very existence. Occasionally, disaster threatens. Can Betty triumph over a man who parks diagonally in a parallel world? Will she survive wiser, stronger, and more resilient in the crucial moments of The Time After Happily-Ever-After?
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Published October 19, 2012
Romance, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment.