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What Might Have Been

   (1 review)
Genres: Romance
Sub-genres: General Romance

Memories can be beautiful and painful. What they say is often true, “You can’t go back again.”

The song that inspired this story is "What Might Have Been" and is by Little Texas. The lyrics, properly credited, are at the end of the story. Listen to it sometime. It's a beautiful song.
Copyright © 2011 Luc; All Rights Reserved.

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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

Highly recommended piece of literary reminiscence.

Lee made an eventful decision sixteen years earlier. Now, almost unwillingly, he finds himself having to face that past as his wife and young son unwittingly plan a holiday that will bring him back to the place where he made that decision. Not only that, but he will meet again Dean, the boy who had been responsible for the decision Lee made.

How that turns out, and how both Lee and Dean react to meeting again, is what this story is about, in which @Luc weaves the past and the present together to leave the reader feeling both happy and sad, and this particular reader reaching for the tissues on more than one occasion.

I would highly recommend this bittersweet tale to others.

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