Life Could be a Dream

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Xulon Press, 2008 - 212 pages
After blending a heartwarming tale of friendship with a hint of suspense in his first novel titled Mommy's Choice, Scott Curtis returns with a refreshing novel that combines inspirational romance with a small dash of time travel. At the sight of his abusive father lying wounded in the driveway; 16 year-old Sean finds himself at his mother's side being urged to flee. He doesn't recall what happened, but he reluctantly obeys. Later at a friend's house, Sean is presented with a place to hide out where no one could ever come searching for him - a safe-house within his own neighborhood, yet fifty years in the past. 1958 welcomes Sean with its trusting neighbors, rock and roll records, chromed cars with flashy fins, and even a spot on the high school football team. Best of all, 1958 welcomes him with a beautiful girl named Clara. Sean is captured by all that his heart could ever desire in this life. As far as he's concerned, nothing could ever make him return to the life he abandoned. unfortunately, a decision like that may not be his alone to make. Scott Curtis is the pen name of the author of Mommy's Choice - a powerful novel that shed a new light on the impact of even our smallest choices. After receiving an honorable discharge from the US Navy, Scott spent five years working in retail management. He left the busy world of retail to pursue a career in finance with Matco Tools and has worked at the corporate office since 1998. He is currently a Sunday school teacher at Bethel Church of Tallmadge. The best moments of his life are spent with his wife of thirteen years and two young sons in Munroe Falls, Ohio. Scott can be contacted directly at

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