The Long Road Back Paul R. Cleveland

ISBN: 9781413472295

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244 pages


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The Long Road Back  by  Paul R. Cleveland

The Long Road Back by Paul R. Cleveland
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This story has its beginning in a previous novel, Trail of Dreams, also written by Paul R. Cleveland. Three vibrant young men barnstormed their way from the shores of Lake Erie to the coast of southern Florida blazing a trail of romance andMoreThis story has its beginning in a previous novel, Trail of Dreams, also written by Paul R. Cleveland. Three vibrant young men barnstormed their way from the shores of Lake Erie to the coast of southern Florida blazing a trail of romance and adventure.

In the closing pages of that novel, one member of the barnstorming trio, Lyle Rowe, gained acceptance into Air Forces flight training. He also won the heart and hand of a beautiful girl with sparkling eyes and a devastating smile. In this extension of the story, titled The Long Road Back, Lyle Rowe has just experienced two heart-rending set backs that have rearranged his entire life within a period of several months. First, his beautiful fiancie was killed in an automobile accident. Unable to cope with her untimely death, he lost concentration in his military flying training and was eliminated from the air forces flying training program.

The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor propels Lyle back into the Air Forces as a trained weather observer. He is quickly identified for overseas service and is shipped to England. New friends and new places do little to improve Lyles melancholy mood until one evening he is introduced to a lovely and caring English girl, Chrystene White.

During the ensuing weeks, Lyle and Chrystie meet with increasing frequency at a delightful, live-music dance pavilion along the North Sea coast. Lyles interest in Chrystie grows and his outlook on life takes a gradual turn for the better. Friendly meetings for dinner and dancing evolve rapidly to evenings to be anticipated with twilight strolls along the seacoast and frequent open displays of affection.



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