The Triangle of Light by F.W. Haversham

The Triangle of Light

byF.W. Haversham

Kobo ebook | November 17, 2016

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As the corporate wife of a junior partner in one of the largest law firms in the mid-western states, Chimmie McConnell enjoys the option of working as a volunteer in the community, but always feeling that her husband and children come first. Upon meeting her, it would seem that she embodies the cultural stereotype of entitlement. The socialite living in the architect-designed home; the ladies-that-lunch group. However, there is an undercurrent of something in her life ... in her past ... that seems unresolved. The feeling that surfaces intermittently, but then retreats into the Pandora's box of events that deplore remembering.With her children doing well, and the relationship with her husband seemingly comfortable, the stability of all of this changes when her husband asks for a divorce, and which brings about the end of over a twenty-year-marriage. The attempts to deal with the humiliation and anger of being rejected for a secretary in the firm twenty-five years younger are difficult. And this, after what had been termed as six years of marriage counseling.Recognizing the catastrophic changes in her life because of the divorce that she never could have anticipated, the novel builds on the tension of unresolved psychological trauma alternating with sociological issues, and the culture shock she experiences when leaving the protected world of the corporate wife. She enrolls as a non-traditional student in the biological sciences at a local university where socialite ego clashes with professorial ego. The objective no longer fund-raising, but quizzes, tests, finals, papers, and her attempts to meet what seem the unreasonable demands of the professors.Th

Title:The Triangle of LightFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 17, 2016Publisher:Page Publishing, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1684092450

ISBN - 13:9781684092451