ROMANCE  NOVELS

BY

WILLIAM EVANS

Two kids met on a California beach and promised to be together forever.  Separation of families, world war, terror on the streets of Paris, and drugs in L.A. could not keep them apart.  255 pages.

We have all heard the simplistic tales of growing up in the fifties.  Good clean living, no drugs, you wait until you are married to have sex, you never talk back to your parents and if you get out of line in school prepare to get a licking.

There were always two truths to the stories behind the scenes.  Both were accurate but they were different in perception and therein lies the paradox of life in a small town in the fifties.  Come along and see some of the things that really happened in small town America in the 50's. 

Not a romance novel and not a saga and definitely not a Johnny Eager mystery.  This book has its own genre.  277 pages.​

Two people found love that would never end.  Nothing could ever separate them.  However, Pride would interfere and Deception would tear them apart.  Years later, there would be a powerful ending.  191 Pages

Billy and JoJo found love early in life, but there were underlying sexual problems along with alcohol overuse that would create conflicts.  Julie was just waiting for Billy.  Time did not matter to her because her Love is Forever.  259 Pages.

A tale of fiction.  It follows a wounded soldier from World War II who falls in love with a girl in England and then is shipped home where his fiancé has been waiting for four years for his return.  However, he has no memory of her.  This is a tale of amnesia that extends over a period of 25 years which intertwines with many lives and is a who's who of paramount proportion.  332 pages.

THEY WERE FROM TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS, YET LIVED IN THE SAME TOWN.  THEIR LOVE WOULD NEVER FADE.  HE WAITED 30 YEARS FOR HER AND MYSTERIOUS INCIDENTS BROUGHT THEM TOGETHER AGAIN.  255 PAGES

The Girl Across the Pond