From the beginning, Lance was fascinated by Vicky's witty banter.
He had very reluctantly gone on line for a date. He was 67, she 32, and it seemed impossible. Vicky has a hidden agenda. Lance was a former Korean War pilot who was shot down behind enemy lines and killed as many as fifty pursuers during his escape. He had been armed only with a knife.
Against all odds they fall deeply in love but have only seven days to enjoy it. They treasure each day to the fullest. Waiting for them, should they have more than seven days, is a drug lord capable of endless killings of DEA agents. He has gotten the unwanted attention of the Mob, and it has its eyes on Vicki and Lance as the perfect pair to insert and take him out. The Mob needs to be certain that Lance is as good as he seems, and he passes all the tests to which he is unwittingly subjected.
Vicki and Lance head to the lair of Victor and his unsavory accomplices, where they hunt and are hunted. To that point, all efforts to get at Victor had led to the deaths of those sent. Vicki and Lance had to be the best, and in the end they are, once again proving that "Love Conquers All." Bob Daviau is a retired Maine Lawyer. He spent most of his professional life in court.
He was known as a "no nonsense lawyer," and was often hated by his peers. Those non-lawyers that witnessed his courtroom tirades remember him fondly. Whatever he did, he did it hard. For relaxation away from the courtroom, he won club championships at golf or refereed hockey and basketball. He has authored hundreds of articles and one other book. His true hobby is fl y fishing, which he has done all over the world.
He has remote wilderness camps in Western Maine that are featured in Seven Days to Love. He has beagles that are always by his side and enjoy the fires in his home on the shore of Rangeley Lake in Rangeley, Maine. He has three sons and two grandchildren. During the long winters, he ties flies and writes.
He lives with his wife, Norma. He paints the covers of his books.