In 5 Reasons to Leave a Lover, Author Carolyn Moncel offers up a fresh batch of stories based on love and loss. As singer/songwriter, Paul Simon so eloquently suggested in a famous song from the 1970s, there are many ways to leave a lover, but Moncel's characters demonstrate that the reasons for leaving in the first place are quite finite. Ellery and Julien Roulet return--this time involved in a love triangle, and along with two other couples, explore how love relationships are affected and splinter due to cheating, deception, ambivalence, divorce and death. This bittersweet collection of tales proves that some breakups are necessary while others are simply destined and beyond anyone's control.
Carolyn gives an overview of the book:
A virtual media and web consultant by day and author by night, Carolyn Davenport-Moncel moved to Paris from Chicago, her hometown, in 2001. She received her bachelors degree in Communications from Loyola University.
Known for her online articles on media relations,...