Shawn Inmon is originally from Mossyrock, Washington, the setting for his first book, Feels Like the First Time. He has been a real estate broker in Enumclaw Washington for the last twenty years. Prior to that, he worked as a short-order cook, traveling T-shirt salesman, radio DJ, Cutco Cutlery sales rep, department store buyer, video store manager, crab fisherman, Kirby vacuum cleaner salesman, business consultant and public speaker. He is married to his high school sweetheart Dawn and has five daughters, five grandchildren and two chocolate labs named Hershey and Sadie. You can follow my blog and see more pictures from Feels Like the First Time at ShawnInmon.com, and please “Like”my Facebook page: Facebook.com/ShawnInmonwriter.
Feels Like The First Time : A True Love Story
The Notebook meets The Wonder Years.
1975: Shawn meets Dawn, his one true love, when she moves into the vacant house next door. Many people spend their life searching in vain for happiness, but he was lucky; finding it at the tender age of fifteen.
1979: Shawn and Dawn are forbidden to see each other. Feeling he is harming her by being in her life, Shawn walks away from the love of his life, apparently forever.
2006: After decades of sadness and mourning the girl that got away, Shawn has a chance meeting with Dawn that might change his life forever… again. Can the sweet bond of first love not only survive, but flourish?
Feels Like the First Time helps you remember what it was like to come of age and fall in love in small town America in the 1970’s. No matter how much the world changes, some things, like timeless music, high school dances, making out in the backseat of a Chevy Vega, and of course true love, will always remain the same.
What Other’s Are Saying About Feels Like The First Time
“An intense and moving true love story…” – Janine Jorgensen
“Wonderful, down-home love story. Brings back unforgettable memories of high school and my first love…” – di470
“I have enjoyed the wonderful time capsule back to the 70’s. the music, the songs, the cars, and memories they evoke. Those were awesome times, and sweet days.” – Mrs. Carmylita
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