David Frankel served in the Army and drove trucks, but his life really is about romance.
By Sally Sanderson Fay
Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 8:42 pm (Updated: February 2, 8:25 am)
He may be a former Army sergeant and commercial truck driver who enjoys reading history and epic fantasy, but when David Frankel decided to write a book, he penned a romance novel.
But that makes some sense when you realize that Frankel, a resident of Shelbyville, is the romantic sort: After meeting his now-wife in an online dating site, their first date resulted in a proposal of marriage.
That turned out OK. He is celebrating his fifth year of marriage with Jackie Peterson, formerly of Eminence.
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