Young love cannot be left behind
The reunion of childhood sweethearts shakes up their world when passionate memories become a life-changing reality.
Yaron has just turned fifty when he receives an unexpected phone call. Nearly thirty years ago, his childhood sweetheart slammed the door shut behind her and walked out of his life. Now, she calls him and asks to meet. What does she want? Can he refuse?
They each have a life and a family, but memories of a first love carry a threatening power of their own. The repercussions of their late reunion are many; their lives and marriages are shaken up, leading, reluctantly, to psychotherapy, disturbing in its own way. In the swirl of memories and unresolved secrets, nothing is safe, including everything they worked for their entire lives.
The flame of young passion never dies; its memory is inscribed within the body and soul. Two people in the middle of their lives are compelled to deal with the resurgence of their past. In distinct voices they narrate their conflicting memories of the youth they shared, the youth that shaped the people they have become.
˃˃˃ What would you give up to experience young love once again?
So We Said Goodbye delivers a thrilling drama in a compelling and contemporary language and form. It “deals courageously and wisely with a reality shared by many couples after years of marriage” (Alit Karp, columnist for Ha’aretz) and is a must for anyone who ever loved and has not given up on the hope of loving.
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“Wonderful, Romantic, Heart Warming”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Trista W.
A real love story that is sure to keep your interest and tug at your heart strings. I think we all have that one that got away, but what would happen and how would things be different if they came back and we were reunited? Would the spark still be there? This is a wonderful modern love story of two people who were childhood sweethearts, separated and then reunited…will their love spark still be enough? Find out in this wonderful read!
About the Author
Rama Marinov-Cohen was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel. She graduated from the Hebrew Gymnasia and attended the IDF Nahal brigade. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Musicology from the Hebrew University and a Master’s Degree in Business Management. After studying computer science she was employed in the high-tech industry, and works today in the field as a training consultant. Rama is married and a mother of three, and lives in a village in the Israeli Sharon plain. She is the creator of the documentary film “Element 112, The Marinov Affair” (2015, 57 min). “So We Said Goodbye” is her first novel.