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I’ve Loved These Days: Abigail Phelps, Book One


Abigail Phelps has written her memoirs, but the world has never heard of her. So why should anyone care? Perhaps no one would, if not for Abigail's letter to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in which it is made known that John F. Kennedy Jr. is the great love of Abigail's life -- and more importantly, the reply from Mrs. Onassis which confirms the love was returned. The story of Abigail's life is so absurd it can't possibly be true, but as Dr. Alec Redmond sets out to prove that, to Abigail and to himself, he learns that reality is quite often in the eye of the beholder.

Put aside all you think you know and jump into the greatest love story the world has never known.

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I've Loved These Days (Abigail Phelps, #1)

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What readers are saying about I’VE LOVED THESE DAYS…

Romancing a book.

I saw this book on twitter then the screen changed and I couldn't find it again. For two days it bugged me. I knew it had Ice skates on the cover and was about a figure skater and JFK jr. For two days, not straight, I would peck out a search combination to help me find it. I finally found it. Glad I did.

I'm an Author so maybe I read it different than other people but it was an incredibly far fetched unbelievable story that sucked me right in. That was the point. I would get into the story then be reminded, BANG, it's a delusion. I so loved and bought into the story. I used some of the same tools in my writing but as a supplement, not the whole story. The thought that kept occurring to me when I would put it down, (I put it down three times, read it in two days) was that this was the delusion/imagination of the author about a delusional woman writing her delusions. The romances and relationships are completely crazy and far fetched. Men don't behave like that, at least straight men don't but I didn't care.

The protagonist, Abigail left me wanting to see her. You never get a good description other than she is blonde, athletic and beautiful. This left me to fill in the blanks on my own. I like it that way. Now she belongs to just me.

This is nothing I would normally ever read but one of the most entertaining books I have ever read. It was very different and a great deal of fun.

Jack July Amazon Review

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