The Layla Project
How does a young woman from the New Stone Age meet a modern day archeologist student, and what happens when they do? The Layla Project, a romance novel by Roy Sanders, is truly a unique and romantic love story that just happened to take 9,000 years to unfold! How their romance evolves and what happens along the way is truly a romance story to be read. More
How does a young woman from the New Stone Age meet a modern day archeologist student, and what happens when they do? The Layla Project, a romance novel by Roy Sanders, is truly a unique and romantic love story that just happened to take 9,000 years to unfold! How their romance evolves and what happens along the way is truly a tale to be read. The road blocks, obstacles, and struggles that each of the characters must face to develop this love between them is an emotional trip that any reader would love to explore. The Layla Project is the first book of a trilogy.
THE LAYLA PROJECT – A SYNOPSIS - ROY SANDERS
Josh Gilbert, the privileged son of a neurotic MD mother, had been given the assignment of his young professional life. Still a graduate student in the Dept. of Anthropology at Columbia University, Josh was asked to co-lead a most promising Dig in Alaska. Josh enlists the aid of his two closest friends, Timmy Yu a perennial grad student and womanizer and quiet little Julie Steinberg who carries a secret crush on Josh.
Life on the edge of a polar cap 9,000 years ago can be described in two words, Daily Survival. Umma, the teen age daughter of Tomta the tribal chief, had just finished a required dip in the Pool of the Unclean when the ice plate suddenly shifted, a crevice appeared and she fell, instantaneously flash frozen to death.
I will do more than my mother, less than my daughter, is the on-going theme in all three books.
The end of The Layla Project contains the first three chapters of the second book in the trilogy.
THE LAYLA INSTITUTE
IT’S ALL ABOUT DNA,
A TRUE MOSAIC IN THE MAKING
BIO – Layla Project
Roy Sanders, a graduate of Brooklyn Law School and formerly employed by the US Department of Justice, practiced law in New York for more than 30 years. He realized every retired attorney tries his hand at writing mystery novels so Roy has taken a far different approach.
The Layla Project is the first of a trilogy. It is an ongoing love story that began 9,000 years ago and continues until Election Day, 2048. His fertile and sometimes off-the-wall mind weaves an unbelievable mosaic from the past to the present to the future.
Although now living in Belize, the divorced father of two, spends considerable amounts of time in Trinidad and South Florida. He loves to cook and explore small ethnic restaurants so daily swimming and three days a week at the local gym is a must. South American culture seems to have a special allure to him. He has been had published in Newsweek and national newspapers.
Roy does not fully understand the concept of retirement.