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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:174
  • eBook ISBN:9781098365202
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098365196

This Can’t Be the Last Time

by Leslie M. Durr

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Overview
When a young American nurse quits her job to travel through Europe for three months, she could not have anticipated the adventures awaiting her. She certainly could not have predicted that a chance meeting with a shy Dutchman would evolve into a connection that would last for over 50 years. Although their lives have unfolded separately, they remain important in each other's life. Through letters and occasional meetings, their connection persists as their lives are lived along parallel tracks. The story is told in the current time as tragedy threatens and they determine they must be together one more time.
Description
When a young American nurse quits her job to travel through Europe for three months, she could not have anticipated the adventures awaiting her. She certainly could not have predicted that a chance meeting with a shy Dutchman would evolve into a connection that would last for over 50 years. Although their lives have unfolded separately, they remain important in each other's life. Through letters and occasional meetings, their connection persists as their lives are lived along parallel tracks. The story is told in the current time as tragedy threatens and they determine they must be together one more time.
About the author
Leslie M. Durr is a retired advanced practice mental health nurse, born and raised in New York. Transplanting to Charlottesville, Virginia, to teach at the university in 1974, she has spent the years practicing nursing as a professor, manager, and a clinical nurse specialist with a private practice of psychotherapy. Now retired, she has found joy in writing and getting the stories of a life-time down on paper.

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