Save the Last Dance: A Bittersweet Love Story About Broken Promises and Shattered Dreams Save the Last Dance: A Bittersweet Love Story About Broken Promises and Shattered Dreams (Expanded 2018 Edition)
An 8-year-old boy and girl become best-friends. As teenagers, their friendship turns to love. By the age of 20, they are one – soulmates, sharing their hopes, dreams, and wishes. Despite these unconditional pledges, life gets in the way during the next 79 years.
He becomes a famous musician, battles substance abuse, has a nervous breakdown, and marries two other women (one commits suicide).
The girl lives a roller coaster of her own. She marries a businessman who dies in his sleep at 60, leaving a tangled web of bankruptcy and IRS demands for millions in back taxes.
Despite all the broken promises and shattered dreams, the boy and girl find proper ways to stay connected until they die. Fittingly, they are buried in the same cemetery, not far from each other.
About the author
M.G. Crisci Stories that entertain, people you'll remember, literature that matters.
Manhattan-born M.G. Crisci is a former Fortune 500 senior executive, the critically-acclaimed author of ten books based on true stories or real events, an internationally-recognized expert on consumer motivation and behavior, and a thought-provoking motivational speaker. He has been elected to Who's Who in the World 22 times and has received lifetime achievement awards for his business, literary and social contributions from the Eurasia Center Worldwide, the Albert Marquis Society, and the American-Russian Cultural Foundation.
"My life has been touched by many noteworthy events," says Crisci. "Converting those events into entertaining and thoughtful books is now my personal passion. I want readers to enjoy every page. That's why I employ an approachable, graphic writing style that varies from book to book, based on the story content and the characters unique to that story. I don't do sequels... Read More (mgcrisci.com)
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