Coming of age in the 60’s? Who knew?
Sir James Matthew Barrie once wrote “God gave us memory so that we might have roses in December.” Memories inspire our hero to retell the story of his first love in a way that is unforgettable.
If you enjoy a story about that first blush of love that is sometimes funny, sometimes heartfelt pick up a copy of Dandelion Man – the four loves.
'Dandelion Man' is well worth considering for general fiction collections. Mary Cowper Midwest Book Review
“. . . the story is both powerful and interesting.” Karen Kelly Boyce CatholicFiction.Net
W. M. J. Kreucher was born and raised on the west side of Detroit.
He has ghost written for Congressmen and Senators and has authored parts of legislation and regulation.
Now he is entering the next phase of his life as a fiction writer. I know what you are thinking: writing for politicians is fiction. At least now he is calling it what it is.
"This is such a sweet story of innocence exploring love for the first time. For some reason, I kind of blushed as if I was intruding on a very private moment. Lovely story."
Review by Shivadelic
Dandelion Man - the four loves
As curfew approached I got out of the car and walked around to open the door for her. We walked hand in hand slowly across the street and up the walkway to her door, neither one wanting the night to end. As we quietly made our way up to the porch, I kept thinking, oh boy, now what, do I kiss her? Is she expecting a kiss? Is it too soon? Will she be offended that I am trying to put the moves on her? A thousand divergent thoughts raced through my brain in the fifty feet up the walk to the steps. It was an endless journey to a destination that couldn’t come quick enough. At the top of the stairs we stood under the porch light in front of her door as she fiddled with her keys looking down at them. The moment of truth I had to make a decision.