Solo is the story of a mature, very-conservative 50-something widower (a father figure), thrown by fate into what seems an ocean of mid-twenties women and how they work out their generational differences on many subjects. The male/female dynamic, including dating, love and romance, premarital sex and abstinence, children out of wedlock, abortion, rape, incest, marriage, divorce, and remarriage fill the pages with frank and honest, yet entertaining discussions, stirring the reader to a broader, perhaps more conservative view of these subjects. The interaction between this “more mature” man and his new-found younger female friends treats the reader to a banquet of emotional highs and lows along the way. And the ending? Well, let's just say it's a humdinger for a “conservative,” inspirational novel.
Solo is not your mother's Christian romance novel. Let's call it a love letter from Dad.