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Romance Novel Offers Unexpected Twists

Hearts Can Change in Time by Ron Hanlon is a whirlwind of high-flying adventures. It takes the reader from the boardroom to the bedroom in a romantic tale that's laced with resorts, beautiful women and lovemaking.

    TULSA, OK, February 21, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Alex Cord is a walking woman-magnet who sweeps women off their feet. And, according to his good friend, "he has left a string of broken hearts that could reach the moon." Even after being given that information, however, Jessica, a sheltered yet adventurous college freshman; Becky, the beautiful, career-minded woman who isn't afraid to take charge of her own destiny; and Constance, who has been an on-again, off-again relationship, each choose to fall under Alex's charms. But it is Dorothy, who despite their differences, captures Alex's heart and leaves it broken.

"I can make money, buy power; however, time is the intrinsic constant that cannot be subdued into submission before it slips away." With those words, Alex Cord informs his bodyguard/chauffeur, Samuel that he is to be a 49% partner in the oil company inherited from Alex's grandfather. That is only one of the many unexpected twists in this first novel, "Hearts Can Change in Time" from Ron Hanlon.

Set the 1960's in locations as diverse as Oklahoma, Texas, the Bahamas and St Thomas, including action in Viet Nam. "Hearts Can Change in Time" offers the reader a perspective into the life of an ambitious young man whose focus is to be the most successful oil mogul in the South using hydraulic fracturing a new procedure for the petroleum industry at that time. Having inherited a petroleum company based in Oklahoma, Alex Cord has the financial base to do pretty much whatever he chooses, and that includes bedding and leaving several women who give him their hearts.

"This story definitely holds your interest, and has all kinds of characters and a strange twist at the end. It's a good read," says one reviewer.

Raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Ron Hanlon learned about the petroleum business from his grandfather, and aviation with his father and brother. A long-term marriage taught him the difference between love and lovemaking. As a Viet Nam veteran, he saw death, felt fear and experienced heroism first hand. Hanlon calls upon life experience and hobbies of flying, sailing and ocean cruising to develop the atmosphere encountered in the story of Alex Cord in "Hearts Can Change in Time".

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