Pete, Fay, Love (pb)

There were 6,000 million people in the world, hundreds of countries, with thousand of cities and millions of bars yet, somehow, Pete and Fay, both far away from home, ended up in the same one at the same time on the same evening. They met, became friends, fell in love and then life got in the way.

For half-a-century, they wrote letters to each other, telling of their joys, their heartaches, their fears and their love.

But they never posted them.

Here are their letters, filling in the gaps in the stories they told in The Kiss

The "Pete, Fay, Love" Trilogy - the counterpoint to "Eat, Pray, Love."

"Pete, Fay, Love" is the counterpoint to "Eat, Pray, Love."

"Pete, Fay, Love" is about enduring, selfless love, that lasts a lifetime, even when life is tough. And it's about how, when you love someone, you keep nothing in reserve, giving yourself entirely.

Pete and Fay met, despite impossible odds, and fell in love. And even though life got in the way, they loved each other until they died.