WILMINGTON, NC, July 09, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Author Delores Miles has announced the release of a new romantic fiction novel, 'Never My Love'.
Delores Miles nurtures a love for creativity. She brings her subjects sharply into focus, allowing readers to clearly see the face of every character and to hear the overtones and accents in their voices as their words seemingly jump from every page.
'Never My Love' brings to life a tender love story that began when two teens met in the early 1960's in a small Texas town. Their journey allows the reader to experience the magic of a love most never experience in their lifetime. As they grew up on different sides of the tracks, Jake and Annie's love faces unsurpassable odds. Years change their lives but never their hearts. Yet, they never let go of that once in a lifetime love they found during the summer of 1963.
"I wrote Never My Love to carry my readers on a journey back to the turbulent 60's and experience a love story that each of us dream about," Miles stated. "The Vietnam War, Motown Music, Ford Mustangs and mini skirts fill the pages with vivid memories of that era."
Readers have lavished praise on the new book. One review said, "What a delightful step back in time! Felt as if I was looking through old photo albums from the 60s ... with the radio on. Babyboomers, get ready to relate, but have a Kleenex ready . . ." Another stated, "Being a teenager in the late 60's made the book even more interesting to me. I couldn't put it down." Another said, "Loved the interweaving of the story, the history of the era and the beloved musical references."
Delores Miles is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. 'Never My Love' is available in print and ebook form at online retailers. More information is available at her website at http://www.deloresmiles.com
In the tradition of writers like Danielle Steele, Delores Miles writes rich, attention-absorbing novels that fully engage all the senses, transforming the reader into another character in the novel. She grew up in a small Texas town in the 1960s. She holds two master's degrees from Texas A&M Commerce and a postgraduate degree from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. After forty-one years in the field of education, she retired to pursue her love of writing. Never My Love is a product of her passion to write. She has two grown children. She and her husband John, split seasons between their ranch in Durango, Colorado, and their home in Dallas, Texas.