Sunday, February 25, 2018

Lucky at Love

showcase0by John Sharpe

“A lonely, retired black man meets a Jewish widow on a cruise ship and discovers that even unconventional love is more important than money.”
It’s romance on the high seas – or maybe more like “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” on the Love Boat – when Peter Babbit, a former garbage man, wins a cruise to the Mexican Riviera and a stateroom next to Sarah Goldman, a woman who is a “burden” to her son’s family, and to a snooty Pasadena matron on the prowl for her sixth husband. Sarah warms to Peter, but he complicates things when he hits it big in the ship’s casino and turns into a complete bore. But he finally gets the message, and a surprising act of kindness redeems him in Sarah’s eyes.

imageABOUT THE AUTHORVirginia author John Sharpe’s scripts have won key screenwriting awards and two, including “Hobbs and the Kid” (also on this site), have been turned into Avalon books.


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