September, 1975: Shawn meets Dawn, his one true love, when she moves into the vacant house next door. Many people spend their life searching in vain for happiness, but he was lucky; finding it at the age of 15. February, 1979: Forbidden to see each other and feeling he is harming her by being in her life, he walks away from the love of his life, apparently forever. December, 2006: After decades of sadness and mourning the girl that got away, he has a chance meeting with her that might change his life forever...again. Can the sweet bond of first love not only survive, but flourish?
Feels Like the First Time lets you share in the magic of young love in small town America in the 1970s. No matter how much the world changes, some things - timeless music, high school dances, making out in the backseat of a Chevy Vega, and of course true love - will always remain the same.
©2012 Shawn Inmon (P)2012 Shawn Inmon
Loved the story but the narrative was annoying because he ever seemed to get out of the "infomercial" type speaking. Even in the tender moments I kept expecting him to say "but, wait, there's more". I wanted to hear the story so I put up with his annoying narration.
No. The audio editing was sloppy in places, resulting in phrases being repeated at several points and, once, the narrator stops reading and clears his throat before continuing.
Shawn, of course. And Jeff...i want to hang out with Jeff
Mostly, he was decent. But the narration was one dimensional and , when he did seem to try emphasizing the emotion of the story, it came out all wrong.
First Love's Second Chance
I will forever wish Shawn and Dawn the very best in life. They certainly waited long enough to find it!
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