Separated and In Love

My Dear Future Readers:

“Whenever we are apart it feels like part of me is missing……..and then I remember that you have my heart.”

Today I want want to talk to you about separated love.

Yes, love can be different. Love is beautiful in it’s own way. Love is a kind and gentle feeling. And when someone loves a person, they are willing to do anything for that person. Whatever it takes to make the other person happy.

However today, I want to explore the idea of separated love. Separated love occurs when to people who are meant to be together are not able to be together due to obstacles or other people. If that person really loves the other he will always find a way to reunite. After all if two people are meant to be together, they will be together in the end.

Of course, separation is not easy to overcome. Both people feel a pull to be together and yet they have to let time pass before they find each other again. During that time of separation, it is a test of their love to see how strongly they will fight to stay together. Like in my first novel, Book 1: Forbidden Love, love proves to be stronger than the obstacle of separation.

Separated love happens in life and in books. But love always comes out on top.

I look forward too hearing from you soon. Please leave comments. I thank you all for you infinite support.

Yours truly,

Diana Rose.Diana Rose

YA Fantasy Romance PUBLISHED Author

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The Magic of True Love

Diana Rose is a Russian native who lives in New York. Her stories transport readers to the fantasy filled worlds where she brings royalty and magical beings to life, with colorful romantic scenes and characters that her imagination creates. She fuels her creativity while reading romantic novels. When Diana is not writing, she enjoys spending her time with her family and friends. You can find her on her Facebook Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/DianaRoseRomance

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