About Few Regrets [A Coach Bob Story!]
Amy and Bob recently turned sixty. It’s time to turn the page and move forward to the next chapter of their lives, or as Bob calls it, Act Three. Amy secretly puts the house on the market and begins packing for a move to the mountains. Her plans are disrupted when Willy, Athletic Director at the University, asks Bob to shake off his rust to coach one last game – the Rose Bowl. It’s been ten years since Bob walked the sidelines. He ignores warnings from Doc and reclaims the head coach role he excelled at. Tragedy strikes during the game causing Bob's buddies to reunite in a surprising meet-up, where they share successes and failures, to a group of friends who hold each other accountable to speak truth, learn from each other and find the right yardstick to measure their lives.
What others are saying:
One of the Stories I'd Love to see as a Movie!
While Few Regrets is an engaging and entertaining story, it is also an inspiring one filled with lessons from people with a shared experience. The first thing that caught my attention is the beauty of the language and the way the drama is written. Few Regrets is spellbinding, engrossing, humorous, and enlightening. One of the stories I'd love to see as a movie. (See link below for complete review).
Readers' Favorite 5 Star Review, September 15, 2020
Brilliant ... but have the hankie ready!
The end of an incredible trilogy about making your way through life, learning how to truly measure your life, and enjoying relationships with those you care about most. A tip of the fedora.
Scott G. Doney, May, 2020