Passage Of Time
By Ruth Chesick
May 1, 2006 - 10:33:00 AM

Danny is ten years old when he knocks on Genevieve's door and offers to mow her lawn. Genevieve is twenty-three and the mother of a five-month old infant. There is an instant attraction between Danny and Gen.

Years later, Gen becomes restless with her life as a stay-at-home wife and mother. She enrolls in college.

Gen is in her senior year of college when she becomes a mentor for a student. The student is Danny, now twenty-one. Gen is thirty-four. Although they are very attracted to each other, circumstances keep them apart.

Danny marries someone closer to his own age after being told repeatedly by Gen that there is no future for them.

Years later they meet again. Can two soul mates ever be together?

I laughed. I cried. I became enraged while reading about Danny's childhood. I applauded the fantastic job of child rearing that Gen had accomplished. PASSAGE OF TIME is a truly captivating story of two soul mates that yearn to be together. I only wish that this story would have been longer. I truly was sad to get to the last page.

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