It was 1991 and John Raynor’s life was in a bit of a mess. At forty-six, two years after his divorce, he was living on his own and the future seemed bleak.
And then there was Carole, a divorcee two years younger than him, and suddenly everything changed.
Their bond was immediate and intense. The problem was that one day, Carole would need John, both physically and emotionally, the next, she would be secretive, cool and distant.
To make things more difficult, John had been registered as blind since 1979; nevertheless, during the sixteen turbulent months chronicled within this book, he travelled to Paris, Amsterdam and Singapore and made many close female friends, but Carole had stolen his heart.
This is the true account* of a sixteen-month relationship that changed John’s life dramatically.
Look for the reason why this book is titled Necklaces & Knickers. It evokes great memories for the author.
* Names have been changed to protect individuals’ true identities.
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