Bunny, a romance
Bunny, a romance
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     Eighteen years ago a college love affair ended disastrously: a moonlit walk, a fairytale evening, and then a terrifying confrontation and a tearful goodbye. Bunny Bingham fled to the safety of a more ordinary life. But now, with that life in tatters, she returns to the scene of her greatest happiness, trying to make sense of all that… (more)

     Eighteen years ago a college love affair ended disastrously: a moonlit walk, a fairytale evening, and then a terrifying confrontation and a tearful goodbye. Bunny Bingham fled to the safety of a more ordinary life. But now, with that life in tatters, she returns to the scene of her greatest happiness, trying to make sense of all that she has lost and all that might still be waiting.

     Bunny’s search entangles her in the lives of two damaged souls: a young woman still suffering through her own abandonment and a homeless man with nothing but revenge on his mind. As their separate stories grow more intertwined, a series of revelations binds them closer and closer together, leading them along a tangled path of longing and hope.

     Bunny searches for her lost love every place she can imagine: where they used to go, where he might have gone, and where she hopes, in her most secret heart, he might yet  be. From a moonlit garden to an abandoned train-yard to the blood-dark heart of the forest, Bunny finds herself on a journey made of equal parts memory and dream.  And as the inevitability of loss gives way to a new sense of possibility, the ordinary boundaries of life and longing may yet open up to include that most unlikely of things: a happy ending.

     This is a tale of love lost and recovered, of loyalty so deeply felt it transcends betrayal; a tale of how even those hearts past hope can sometimes find a new beginning.

 

Publisher: Cedar Point Press (October 01, 2017)

Page count: 348 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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