A New York advertising CEO stumbles into a fiery affair with a young Russian emigrée despite his happy marriage. As his business sky-rockets, he battles to hold his turbulent life together, weighing passion against long-lasting love.
Tragically, circumstances strip him of both women – his wife and his new love. His life is now dominated by great business success and huge financial rewards. He is on top of the world, albeit alone. Top clients seek him out, not always with good intentions.
Time passes. He encounters the Russian by chance, but can he ever truly love her again after so much time and so many painful events have passed?
Not since Bridges of Madison County has there been such a poignant story.
About the Author
F. R. (Frank) Hotchkiss is a writer who was educated at Yale.
A journalist for Associated Press and other news outlets in Los Angeles, he was made head of publications for the 1984 Olympics, and then ran a public relations agency for fifteen years.
He has written three novels and two plays, and a nationally syndicated column about cars and driving.
He lives with his wife, Sandi, in Santa Barbara, California.