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"A masterfully written, compelling and realistic portrait of love and honor." ~ Boyd Lemon, author

"We feel a successful woman's vulnerability towards intimacy; we are emotionally stirred by an intelligent man's naivete and innocence. Weidener's clever juxtaposing writing style throughout her novel makes "A Portrait of Love and Honor" a unique, fascinating, spellbinding read." An Amazon reviewer

"For Jay, an Italian-American, West Point symbolized the fulfillment of the American dream or rather, his immigrant mother’s dream for her son." ~ Penelope James, author

"If you think following the rules and the code of honor at West Point makes a career soldier, get ready to understand the truth."
~ Maureen Barry, author

Newly divorced and on her own, 40-something Ava Stuart forges a new life. One day, at a signing in the local library for her novel, a tall, dark-haired man walks in and stands in the back of the room. Jay Scioli is a wanderera man who has said goodbye to innocence, the U. S. Army, and corporate America. His outlook on life having changed, his health shattered by illness, he writes a memoir. In his isolation, he searches for an editor to help him pick up the loose ends. Time may be running out. He is drawn to the striking and successful Ava. Facing one setback after another, their love embraces friendship, crisis, dignity, disillusionment. Their love story reflects a reason for living in the face of life’s unexpected events.

Based on a true story, A Portrait of Love and Honor takes the reader from the halls of the United States Military Academy at West Point during the Vietnam War to a moving love story between two people destined to meet.


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