I was twenty-nine when I
married the man of my dreams. He was tall, handsome, and already in a
successful career that took us around the world and back. We had a simple,
small wedding with only 40 guests. It was held outdoors on a lawn in front of a
beautiful mansion that had turned into a restaurant on the oceanfront in
Vancouver, Canada. I wore a pretty white mid-calf dress and the groom wore a
dark suit. Although our wedding was
uneventful, our marriage certainly was not.
moved to Australia with our small children for six years, then we relocated to
England for another three. It was a glamorous time and being married to a
senior executive had its perks. I’ve traveled on the Concorde, the Orient
Express, been on safaris and a trip down the Nile.
And yet, like every good
novel, our marriage had conflict and a black moment that culminated in a
divorce. The story does not end there—like every great romance, there must be a
happy ending, and I found mine.
Florida on my own, and three years later I met a wonderful man, recently
widowed. He is my true Prince in this real-life fairy-tale– a handsome, kind,
gentle man that is loved by all.
Wilton knew from the age of twelve that she wanted to write books that would
take the reader to faraway places. As a voracious reader, she gobbled up books,
and her imagination soared. She was born in Vancouver, Canada, and had a great
need to see the world that she had read about.
seventeen years and traveled the world. At the age of forty she sat down to
write her first book—in longhand! Her interests include tennis, golf, and writing
stories for women of all ages.
lovely grand-daughters, and a wonderful man at her side. They live in West Palm
Beach, Florida, where he teaches her golf, and she teaches him patience.
York Times and USA Today best-selling authors who have collaborated to make this
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