Love Letter Memoirs: the Art of Love is a unique book standing alone like no other. It is a true love story, which spans a fifty-year period, with a collection of love letters and artwork done by the late artist, Hans Herman Krommenhoek, known in Who?s Who?s in America. This book is done in five volumes as an e-book and soon to be published in paperback. Lunchtime readers can enjoy each month with intrigue this continued love story of Hans and Peggy. Hans was from Holland. He moved to Arizona in 1957 with his mother and eight younger siblings, where he met Peggy, a young teenager. This is a love story of karma never ending. Regardless of where the two lovers stood, together or apart, karma followed them in their hearts and minds, beyond the physical, beyond the vale of this life. Love being an eternal round, like a circle or ring. If you cut the ring and break this circle, you still will have no beginning or end, for who is to say which is which.
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