And now for another true confession…like Ian Palmer, the leading man in The Reunion, Gillian, the leading lady, is also based on a real person–me. Granted, we’re not clones, but we do have a few things in common.
Gillian has had a successful career as an artist, and she’s even had a little bit of fame to go along with it. And while she’s done well professionally, her personal life has been a disappointment. Gillian has a knack for getting involved with the wrong men, but that all changes when she travels to Denver for an opening at a gallery and a man from her past suddenly reappears. Ian Palmer is the one man she never got over. Gillian and Ian resume their friendship, and, once again, become lovers. Unfortunately, her world will shatter once again when something unexpected occurs behind the scenes, and an accident nearly takes her life. Later on, she’ll become the object of affection with a new, and much younger man, while Ian attempts to win her back for a third time.
Okay, maybe my life hasn’t been quite so dramatic as Gillians. Or has it? I survived a car crash that, had it happened a split second sooner, may have killed me. And yes, there really once was an Ian in my life, but, thankfully, he’s never reappeared. And doggone it, I haven’t found myself enamored by a younger man–at least not yet. However, like Gillian, I started out my career as graphic designer and artist. I also lived in Denver for a time, and while I was there, a few of my paintings were accepted in some juried art shows.