|Together Again (2005) [Novel]|
by Jay Bee
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(From the publisher):
At the moment David was diagnosed with cancer, he realized he needed to “make things right” in a lot of areas of his life, especially in his relationships with other people. He devoted the entire last year of his life planning his own funeral and all the things he wanted to have happen after his death. But he had no idea how much his daughter, Heather, would utilize his example.
Heather wants to get married. Bob doesn’t. Inspired by how her dad changed peoples perceptions about relationships and life, plus all of the things he did to prepare for his death, Heather agrees to Bob’s idea to develop an innovative “relationship contract.” While they are working on it, they realize how much their nontraditional approach will help both unmarried and married couples achieve happier, healthier relationships. Rather than generalities, concepts or vague examples, their story demonstrates specific suggestions and instructions how they improved their relationship. Their sometimes amusing story climaxes when they have to decide whether or not to go through with the relationship contract, or get married.
Original title: Together Again: A Relationship Story
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Ties That Bind