Alfred Tennison said:I hold it true, whate’er befall-I feel it, when I sorrow most-‘Tis better to have love and lostThan never to have loved at all.That poem struck a chord with Laura Dennison. She married her high school sweetheart when she was veryMoreAlfred Tennison said:I hold it true, whate’er befall-I feel it, when I sorrow most-‘Tis better to have love and lostThan never to have loved at all.That poem struck a chord with Laura Dennison.
She married her high school sweetheart when she was very young, and it only took a few years for her to discover that she was not cut out to be the perfect wife and homemaker. She finally did what so few did back then, left and divorced her husband and then set out on her own, to the city that never sleeps.Laura reinvented her life in The Big Apple, working her way up the corporate ladder to become a powerful woman behind the man, as an executive assistant at Chase, Dow and Karmel.
She was a beautiful, strong, independent, single woman who enjoyed the company of men... on her own terms. Romance wasn’t as important as trust in a “no strings attached” relationship. She enjoyed her freedom and never thought about really getting involved with any one man, until her new boss arrived... Mikel Chamberlain.After five happy years together, she realized if you truly love someone you will set them free. Mikel had encouraged her to continue her education and pursue a management position, before leaving the company to advance his own career.
She missed him and wasn’t ready to love again. It was quite by accident when she fell hard for Sean Kavanagh, the new Senior Vice President of Marketing. They decided to live together, as a very happy couple.After three years away, Laura’s prior love, Mikel, returned to his former company in NYC. One would imagine trouble brewing. Then fate intervened... in its usual life twisting manner. One love was lost, and another was found. Initially, no one was happy with the result.
But over time, love always finds a way.