Love Lonely by William C. Cole
This book has so much to pull you in and keep you hooked.
When an injury forced David into an early retirement from his professional hockey career, he accepted a position to oversee the operations of his father-in-law’s thoroughbred horse racing division.
David’s wife Sandy is referred to as one of the most influential and beautiful women in the world. However, her official role as the family’s philanthropist requires an exhaustive amount of time away from home.
Upon her return from a recent trip, Sandy took notice of her husband’s attraction to his assistant trainer Renée, instantly recognizing the magnetism between them.
Renée is a petite young French girl who is suddenly given the opportunity to work closely with David soon after the head trainer is forced to resign.
Now traveling companions, with each passing day, the sexual tension between the two intensifies.
Sandy knows all too well that she is on the verge of losing her husband. Will she be able to alter her existing lifestyle to save him?
Or is it too late…
About William C. Cole:
Born in Toronto and raised in Northern Ontario, I currently own a small business in the Sudbury region. My wife Diane has been by my side for 34 years, which I believe should propel her directly into sainthood. I have been blessed with an amazing and supportive family.
Creativity has always been a part of my journey. Writing seems to be a natural extension to my years in the music industry, where I had the pleasure of listening to songs I penned being played on the radio.
When not working, sleeping, biking, or writing, I am on the golf course trying to keep up with my son’s Lee and Aaron.
Review by Sweet Beautiful Moments in West FL:
Just WOW! Horse Racing, Bit’s of Espionage, and finding Love Lonely, this book has so much to pull you in and keep you hooked. The story is so all encompassing of the whole environment that follows the McGinnis family. You have Sandy, Jacob’s daughter and her husband David, Renee’ who is an up and coming horse trainer, and then the author adds the incredible aspect of the CIA/White House/Covert Operations that no one knows truly that Sandy is a part of.
That particular aspect of the book it was like an intense whirlwind revolving around Sandy and the entire book is one you won’t want to put down. The back plots and stories to shed light on current situations and then all the aspects of following not only Sandy but her entire network of family/friends that we get to follow in bits and pieces. I really enjoyed the story, the bits of adultery are written in a way you can almost understand and in a fantasy world without repercussions almost accept.
Renee’s own parts are so vivacious and full of adventure and life that you can’t help be entranced by her actions and self-assured nature. All in all the world of spies and horse racing will never be the same.
I do look forward to seeing if Sandy accepts the offer that comes at the end of the book.