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Bobbie Lamont has just graduated from college. Her on and off affair with her English professor has ended and she is heart broken. Believing that life without love isn't worth living, she decides to kill herself on her twenty-second birthday. And then three days before the Fourth of July, she meets Miller Hoffman and her life changes. In Miller, a bright but troubled sevenBobbie Lamont has just graduated from college. Her on and off affair with her English professor has ended and she is heart broken. Believing that life without love isn't worth living, she decides to kill herself on her twenty-second birthday. And then three days before the Fourth of July, she meets Miller Hoffman and her life changes. In Miller, a bright but troubled seventeen year old boy from Phoenix, Arizona, she will find the love she's been searching for her whole life....

Title : The Distance Between
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ISBN : 1494803372
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 292 Pages
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The Distance Between Reviews

  • Michelle Randall
    2018-09-22 12:27

    Reviewed for Readers FavoriteWith college graduation only recently behind her, Bobbie Lamont had given up on life, she thought she had experienced all life had to offer and that she would never find love again. Enter Miller, a young and somewhat different seventeen year old, who spent the summer teaching Bobbie that there was so much more yet to experience in life. The Distance Between is the story of young love, and not so young love, of a seventeen year old and a twenty-two year old, but who have so much in common, and who teach each other how to live again. Author Zelmer Wilson takes a typical girl been dumped response, there is nothing else out there, and turns it into a new adventure with someone completely unexpected.The Distance Between is a unique look at emotions and thoughts. Bobbie is a deeply emotional person, writing everything down into millions o pages of diary, yet when she is dumped by her latest boyfriend, she is ready to give up. To run into another reader/writer like herself in Miller, even if he is five years younger than her seems like the lifeline she needs and it becomes just that. Author Zelmer Wilson not only writes about the life o this one character, Bobbie Lamont, but about the need of all people to be able to connect with someone that sees the world the same way they do regardless of age or distance. Although the book is filled with a lot of drinking and smoking, typical of the time period that it is written in, I still feel it is a good read for young adults as well as adults. There are some good things to be learned here.

  • Pam Mooney
    2018-10-04 10:30

    This is a lovely story. I really enjoyed the family relationships as well as the ups and downs of the young lovers. It was wonderful to see them finally come into their own as they faced the end of their time together. A good read.

  • Susan Walker
    2018-10-01 11:23

    This was an excellent love story. It hooked me from the first page. Great characters! The story will keep you interested and anxious to get to the ending. I have read the other Bobbie Lamont books but will now go back and read them.

  • Zelmer Wilson
    2018-10-01 12:19

    Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite Twenty-one-year-old Bobbie Lamont has had enough. Tired of everything her life has to offer, she’s not sure where to go next. In author Zelmer Wilson’s fourth installment of the Bobbie Lamont series, The Distance Between, we find Bobbie at a real crossroads in her life. She’s just graduated from Tulane University, and she thinks now will be the time that her relationship with English professor Lawrence Harris will finally progress to the next stage. Instead, she finds herself dumped right after graduation, and truly alone for the first time in several years. Finding herself at a loose end as she has time before she needs to move to New York to start her new job, she decides to spend the time with her Aunt Gina in Birmingham, Alabama. It’s there that she meets her next love, the lovely but troubled Miller Hoffman. Their relationship is complicated by Miller’s youth, the objections of his mother, her aunt’s reservations, and Bobbie’s impending move, but the young couple is determined to make it work.The Distance Between is an engaging, engrossing read that will have you sucked in from the very first page. Author Zelmer Wilson’s most recent entry in his winning series featuring Bobbie Lamont will keep you rooting for young Bobbie and her new love, even through all of the obstacles they face. The Distance Between will appeal to any reader who loves romances, stories about couples facing difficult odds, and those who like a good read in general. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and very much look forward to Mr. Wilson’s next work.