Available May 5 online and in bookstores.
Look for it this summer is airports across the country!
If “all you need is love” why is it so hard to find? Elaine Taylor, author of the new book KARMA, DECEPTION, and a Pair of Red FERRARIS (May 5, 2015), had all but given up on everlasting love, but thanks for a dead lover and sweet four legged companion, she found her once-in-a-lifetime love.
But, it wasn’t easy. Born on the wrong side of the tracks, Taylor had to scratch her way out of the trailer park, leave her emotional baggage behind and open herself to pain and vulnerability she never thought she could handle. The reward was worth it. After years of fighting herself, she finally trusted her instinct and found the kind of love celebrated in the greatest love stories of all time.
With her funny, sassy Lone Star attitude, Taylor’s extraordinary love story, KARMA, DECEPTION, and a Pair of Red FERRARIS unfolds like a novel. A must-read for anyone searching for the love of a lifetime, her memoir explores how Taylor:
- Shed the emotional baggage that made her feel unworthy of love
- Found the courage to put aside defenses, open her heart and give the love she yearned to receive
- Ignored the warning sirens of logic, trusted the Universe and followed her intuition
- Never gave in to the “destiny” others tried to impose on her
“I have been blessed to live this story,” says Taylor. “Perhaps by sharing it, I can inspire others who are searching for their own path toward contentment and long-lasting love.”
Elaine Taylor is a former IT headhunter and Contingent Workforce Management consultant to Fortune 500 companies. She was previously on the Board of Raphael House, a San Francisco shelter for homeless families. She teaches Story Structure through OLLI at Duke University. KARMA, DECEPTION and a Pair of Red FERRARIS: A Memoir (May 5, 2015) is her only work of creative nonfiction. She has published two suspense novels: FINAL BETRAYAL and FINAL CONSEQUENCE. Currently she lives with her husband and two highly indulged, rescued Weimaraners in the Chapel Hill/Durham area of North Carolina.