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The Rose House

Timothy Wharton

If you have ever had a childhood sweetheart, you know how magical the experience can be, especially when that relationship flourishes even greater as you grow older. Nothing could be truer in the story of The Rose House: The Story of Jonathan and Emily, as captured and composed by Timothy Wharton. In a small west-coast town during a rainy summer, two lonely children befriend each other within the forest and begin a life full of love for each other. For the years to come they grow even closer, and their feelings for each other mature into something they have never felt before. Just when they’re discovering how deep true love can go, Jonathan experiences a shocking tragedy that splits the duo apart. A decade later, Jonathan realizes that money has brought him only further from real joy and decides to finally go to the last place where his heart was truly happy. He finds that Emily’s life has gone on without him, but there still might be a chance for him to make things right again and fulfill the childhood promises he made. This story will teach you the importance of cherishing love while you still have it. Writing inane stories since before he could form actual letters and sentences, Timothy Wharton has been expressing himself through written word as if speaking were never enough. He loves movies, building with his hands, and road trips with great friends, but nothing touches his heart quite like the ability to pour out his soul using a pencil and a piece of paper.

If you have ever had a childhood sweetheart, you know how magical the experience can be, especially when that relationship flourishes even greater as you grow older. Nothing could be truer in the story of The Rose House: The Story of Jonathan and Emily, as captured and composed by Timothy Wharton. In a small west-coast town during a rainy summer, two lonely children befriend each other within the forest and begin a life full of love for each other. For the years to come they grow even closer, and their feelings for each other mature into something they have never felt before. Just when they’re discovering how deep true love can go, Jonathan experiences a shocking tragedy that splits the duo apart. A decade later, Jonathan realizes that money has brought him only further from real joy and decides to finally go to the last place where his heart was truly happy. He finds that Emily’s life has gone on without him, but there still might be a chance for him to make things right again and fulfill the childhood promises he made. This story will teach you the importance of cherishing love while you still have it. Writing inane stories since before he could form actual letters and sentences, Timothy Wharton has been expressing himself through written word as if speaking were never enough. He loves movies, building with his hands, and road trips with great friends, but nothing touches his heart quite like the ability to pour out his soul using a pencil and a piece of paper.
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Genres:

Romance

Description:

If you have ever had a childhood sweetheart, you know how magical the experience can be, especially when that relationship flourishes even greater as you grow older. Nothing could be truer in the story of The Rose House: The Story of Jonathan and Emily, as captured and composed by Timothy Wharton. In a small west-coast town during a rainy summer, two lonely children befriend each other within the forest and begin a life full of love for each other. For the years to come they grow even closer, and their feelings for each other mature into something they have never felt before. Just when they’re discovering how deep true love can go, Jonathan experiences a shocking tragedy that splits the duo apart. A decade later, Jonathan realizes that money has brought him only further from real joy and decides to finally go to the last place where his heart was truly happy. He finds that Emily’s life has gone on without him, but there still might be a chance for him to make things right again and fulfill the childhood promises he made. This story will teach you the importance of cherishing love while you still have it. Writing inane stories since before he could form actual letters and sentences, Timothy Wharton has been expressing himself through written word as if speaking were never enough. He loves movies, building with his hands, and road trips with great friends, but nothing touches his heart quite like the ability to pour out his soul using a pencil and a piece of paper.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Melissa Madole

Length:

2h 14m


Chapters

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05:00

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

09:42


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

13:18


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

12:25


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

03:37


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

05:37


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

11:47


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

11:16


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

11:01


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

15:35


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

08:33


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

09:51


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

07:43


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

14:02