High School Reunion: You Can Go Home Again

Louise Hathaway

 How many of you go to your high school reunions hoping to see “the one who got away”?  That’s what this PG-rated romance novel is all about.  In this story, Danielle, a woman who has just turned 30, goes to her high school reunion hoping to see Sandy, a tall redhead, who had given her a poem he’d written about her on their last day of school. One of her biggest regrets is that she let him go away without telling him that she shares his feelings. He’s been impossible to locate so far, but she’s hoping that at tonight’s reunion, he will finally walk back into her life. For the most part, it is a true story about my husband & I, who met in high school, and reconnected after some time had passed. The people mentioned in it are real, too: we really did have a pimp, Playboy centerfold, and famous mystery writer in our class.

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Louise Hathaway
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Pages
16
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ISBN
9781311145390
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Language
English
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Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
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