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Untrained Hearts

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Author: D. J. Vallone

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Just when bright new vistas of happiness and contentment should be opened before them like flowers in the April sun, Danny and Julie Predmore see their marriage crumble under the tremors of infidelity and the aftershocks of divorce. Though they only have themselves to blame, neither feels a sense of overwhelming loss. Passion had long since drained away from their twenty-year union. So, rather than grieve, they wrap themselves in their separate hopes and set off to find the keys to life, love and happiness that they lost over the years amid the crush of career and family priorities. Through examination of their lives and secrets, Untrained Hearts show the natural inclination toward disaster and difficulty buried within the human condition but also its potential for renewal and rebirth

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