The Redemption of Don Juan Casanova

Honorable Mention in General Fiction
2015 San Francisco Book Festival

Don Juan Casanova wants one woman to love, who will trust him to be faithful, even when he can’t trust himself. After all, he was raised to be a rogue and a Lothario. Then, when he thinks he’s found the right woman, he becomes the prime suspect in the murder of his grandfather and younger brother, and the target of a ruthless killer. Will Don stop the killer before the woman he really loves becomes the next victim?

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Lloyd Lofthouse is a former U.S. Marine and Vietnam Veteran, who worked as a maître d’ in a 15 million dollar nightclub for a few years. He also taught English literature in the public schools for most of 30 years where he explored Romeo and Juliet with thousands of high school students.

A romantic at heart, in his award winning novels, he tests true love in difficult situations and the challenges of keeping that love alive. My Splendid Concubine, his first novel, is an epic love story that teaches acceptance and respect for other people and their cultures. Running with the Enemy, his second novel, is a love story that will either cost the characters their lives or will complete each other’s hearts. The Redemption of Don Juan Casanova, his third novel, is the story of a man raised in a world of sin and seduction, who craves the love of one woman but fears, because of his infamous reputation as a libertine, that he’ll never find a woman to love who will trust him to be faithful.

Lloyd Lofthouse lives with his family in California’s San Francisco Bay area.

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