What a touching tale! By a woman who grew up in Los Angeles, became a ballet dancer - and had a wonderful family. Indeed one of her sons became a lead dancer with the Hartford Ballet Company.
Then disaster struck - her husband, her soulmate died not suddenly - but much too quickly.
After being miserably (almost extorted) into a bad home sale, family memoirs and all getting dumped - this lovely lady moved into an apartment complex where she found good neighbors and thrived for a few years.
She had traveled to Paris, from a yearning to learn French. There she found romance with a French teacher.
But later discovered he was a spoiled self-involved man whose own parents barely liked him.
That sounds lame, but if you read the book you'll see in the details that this woman is a pro-active problem solver, to her credit, and occasionally, to her detriment.
But she moves on! And comes down with very disease that killed her husband. But she prevails.
I could tell you more, but if I have caught your attention - just buy this book "The Church Of Tango" - it is $2.99 for the Kindle version on Amazon.