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Slanting Home is a story about a great love. It is a story of a lifetime of regret at a man’s failure to forgive and to love his children as much as he wanted to. Ric is 67 and retired, and living on a small farm near a beautiful Australian coastal town. Ric is surviving on a small pension. Still an attractive and vigorous man, he has many lady friends who would love a more intimate relationship with him. He is lonely and tempted, but can't get one woman out of his mind. Lauren. Beautiful Lauren, a brilliant, funny enigmatic woman he had planned to marry in his late twenties. Lauren had been part of the "Summer of Love” generation. Ric met her when teaching at a college near Nimbin, the capital of the Australian alternative lifestyle and Seventies hippy movement. They had loved, done drugs, partied and enjoyed the beautiful countryside together. But that had been so long ago. Lauren finds Ric again on Facebook. She is now a stylish, dignified professional nearing retirement. Dare he Friend her on Facebook? Would she even accept? Would he ever meet her again? And if they did could they find that magic love again? A Must read for all retirees and those coming up to retirement who are ready to reflect on retirement and on their own lives.
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