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The Bluff Paperback – May 19, 2012
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About the Author
Sue Wentz is a native of the Philadelphia suburbs, but has spent the past two decades being gently assimilated into the small town Wisconsin lifestyle. When not working, reading or writing, Sue’s interests include horses, retired racing greyhounds, drinking coffee, and fighting dragons. Well, she doesn’t really like fighting dragons, but she’s still pretty good at it. In addition to THE BLUFF, Sue is the author of the short story, CASSIDY CREEK BRIDGE and the young adult historical novel, SERVANT TO THE WOLF.
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The town newcomer cannot help but be attracted to the woman who lunches alone in a local diner. After admiring her spunk when she puts down her jerk of an ex-husband, he works up the nerve to ask her on a date. She courageously accepts, despite worries over what might be wrong with a man who finds her intriguing.
Their attraction combusts into flaming affection. Neither one is about to squelch the fire, though both realize his situation will inevitably reduce their love to ashes. He is also divorced, and cannot remain at his temporary job in the small town where she lives. His daughters need him at home. She can't follow him. Split custody with her ex is simply not an option.
This is no sugary romance, but rather a bittersweet and sometimes gut-wrenching love story about real people with realistic jobs, easily identifiable problems and emotions. They could be our neighbors, if not ourselves. The story's poignancy will linger long after the final page has been read.