Scott Miller knows there's something special about Maria Chavez the first time he sees her. A first kiss goes sour, but he gets a second chance when he takes her to the senior prom. Love isn't in the cards - at least not yet - as they leave early in his 1972 Cutlass Supreme.
Thirty six years pass, 32 of them with Miller married to another woman. This isn't love. At least, it's not what he desires. Life itself seems empty - until he receives an email from an old flame.
When you find true love, you fight for it. That's what Scott knows. That's what Scott wants. He fights for it with all he's got, showering her with love and waiting for her to answer his proposal with the two words he wants to hear. He finally gets his answer, but is it too late?
Miller gives listeners an inspirational memoir about the importance and power of love in The Heart Sings.
Love found. Love lost. Love found. Love lost. End of story. The author reads the audiobook so it's difficult to say he's over dramatic because it's the way he feels. You can't judge feelings but sometimes it's difficult to listen to the way people express them. Between the two of them they have six adult children who basically have nothing to do with them as a couple. I'd love to hear that story. He has a very open Facebook page...and clearly he's over it all...and it's barely been a year. He's a pretty narcissistic guy...and therein may lie the issues with the fam. I wish I'd come across a Readers Digest version...but I'll gladly read the story of why their offspring wasn't supportive...He thinks George Clooney should play him in the movie version of his book. Good luck with that.
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