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The Spouse Stealer’s crux investigates the social and psychological relevance of its characters as they intertwine their lives and circles of friends and associates. Set during the height of Buffalo’s Baby-Boomer’s interaction with the last of its blue-blooded, gilded-class monies, The Spouse Stealer introduces Jonathon Spector, a man living comfortably on the fringes of wealth, among very wealthy friends. His new “dating search” leads him through another gambit after his last divorce, and he engages in a series of debauchery. In his attempt to achieve a religiously felt “true love” again, he tries to qualify women for their true meaning, beyond mutually engaged sexual pleasures. Just as he finally settles down once more, a serial spouse stealer—in the form of a filthy rich and intriguing woman—emerges. Their country clubs, tennis courts, private beaches and sand dunes, and their yacht clubs accessible only to them accentuate their decadent life style and cross all borders. Jonathon’s gatherings with friends become pointedly selective as the antagonist hosts everything at her Canadian beachfront estate. The dominance and self-serving attitude becomes clear as her veracity unfolds. Money, power, and deceit materialize into everyone’s lives as a forced yet visible presence no one wants to see has become a reality, leaving an indelible mark on everyone. Marching an assemblage of unforgettable characters playing erratic twists and turns, The Spouse Stealer provides a candid and honest look into the world of lies, lust, and temptations in the eyes of God as it gives readers a taste of the supposedly sacred promise of marriage. To purchase copies, please go to www.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Formato:  ePub
    • Origem:  IMPORTADO
    • Editora: XLIBRIS US
    • Assunto: Romances
    • Idioma: INGLÊS
    • Ano de Edição: 2010
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001049757434
    • ISBN:  9781453577141

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