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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Contemporary Women
  • Language:English
  • Pages:213
  • eBook ISBN:9780615508894

Trance of Insignificance

A Novel

by Jennifer Rainville

Overview
On a cold January morning, just as Jules Duvil is finishing her shift as a producer at NEWS 30, she makes a spontaneous decision to grab a beer with Jack, the hunky anchor of the station’s top-rated morning news program. It is a decision that will shake both of their lives forever. Soon, Jules and Jack become entangled in a torrid and tumultuous romance, so intense it ends up tearing them apart. Seven years later, Jules has a life beyond what she could’ve ever imagined having grown up in a run-down duplex in South Boston. She lives in a beautiful townhouse in the West Village with her handsome husband and is on the verge of publishing her first novel. But a call from Jack sends everything spiraling. Suddenly the memories of their potent love affair and the wounds she thought she’d healed resurface and Jules is caught between building her future and rewriting her past. This time, the decision is a serious one - Jules must choose between the life she always wanted and the only man she ever truly loved.
Description
On a cold January morning, just as Jules Duvil is finishing her shift as a producer at NEWS 30, she makes a spontaneous decision to grab a beer with Jack, the hunky anchor of the station’s top-rated morning news program. It is a decision that will shake both of their lives forever. Soon, Jules and Jack become entangled in a torrid and tumultuous romance, so intense it ends up tearing them apart. Seven years later, Jules has a life beyond what she could’ve ever imagined having grown up in a run-down duplex in South Boston. She lives in a beautiful townhouse in the West Village with her handsome husband and is on the verge of publishing her first novel. But a call from Jack sends everything spiraling. Suddenly the memories of their potent love affair and the wounds she thought she’d healed resurface and Jules is caught between building her future and rewriting her past. This time, the decision is a serious one - Jules must choose between the life she always wanted and the only man she ever truly loved.
About the author
Jennifer Rainville is a writer and author. Prior to writing full-time, Rainville spent fifteen years working in politics and broadcast journalism. She was a local TV news reporter in New York City and served as an aide in the Clinton White House.
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