I figured I could write a sequel one day with a happy ending that Norville and the rest of the world really wanted to see.At the time I met Norville in Las Vegas, I was divorced and busy coaching singles, instead of spending time on my own love life.Six months after announcing they split, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom were spotted together at an Ed Sheeran concert Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday.“[Orlando] and Katy have been in touch since they broke up,” a source tells PEOPLE. They continue to be friends.” The two dated for 10 months before calling it quits in February, but several concertgoers tweeted they saw the pair holding hands and kissing while at Sheeran’s concert.I had no idea that my book which helped heal my heart, and those of others when our relationship was over, would suddenly bring us back together again a decade and a half later. Just two months after my book was first released in 2009, I stopped by Deborah Norville's book signing for (Thomas Nelson) at the National Association of Broadcasters Conference (NAB) in Las Vegas.Norville and I talked about books, while she knitted away, one of her favorite past times. She asked me about my book, but stopped me in mid-conversation and said, "Tell me there's a happy ending.“They got together for a photo, but that was about it.” In April, they reunited briefly at a party in West Hollywood.
“Because this wasn’t something permanent, it just became time to take a break.” “Katy didn’t spend much time with Orlando,” the source said.I only want to hear about the happy ending." The problem was, there wasn't an unhappy ending.I had a lot of happy stories, but the "ride into the sunset" Hollywood ending did not appear in the last chapter of my book."We have a great love story," the love of my life said, as he enthusiastically met all of my girlfriends for the first time at my birthday luncheon a few months ago. The love of my life returned to me for Act Three and another chance at love. They're quite popular, but I didn't see this one coming. Nancy Kalish from California State University in Sacramento, she surveyed 1,001 participants aged 18-89 who reunited with an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend after five or more years apart. Kalish's survey found that 72 percent of couples stayed together, with two-thirds resulting in marriage or engagement.
Her survey results were published in Lost & Found Lovers: Facts and Fantasies of Rekindled Romances.When he arrived, our eyes met and instantly locked in a similar way as the day we met for the first time 23 years earlier. We were older, wiser, but had too much history not to feel a spark.