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The Journey
The Journey
by J. Adams Rating: 0.0

Life is about choices, and the paths we choose bear consequences. Ciran is about to learn this the hard way. Two roads are ahead of her, but only one leads home. Which will she choose?

The Journey is a story of unconditional love and the path we must take to acquire it.

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The Wishing Hour
The Wishing Hour
by J. Adams Rating: 0.0

Celine Anderson lives an average solitary life, sticking to routine, never taking chances, and never experiencing true love. All of this changes when a handsome immortal enters her life. She has never laid eyes on the man before, but she somehow knows him and instantly trusts him completely.

Placing her life in his hands, Celine is taken on an unexpected journey and learns of an ancient prophecy she is to take part in. And her immortal guardian is intent on protecting her against those who would see her fail. He has been chosen for this calling and it is his sacred duty to keep her safe–to see the prophecy fulfilled at all cost. If they fail, it will change the world as they know it.

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The Legacy
by J. Adams Rating: 0.0

North Carolina native, Cisely Matthews has seen and suffered much in her twenty-two years of life, and she has the scars to prove it. When amazing blessings come to her, she wonders if she will ever feel worthy enough to deserve them.

Australian-born Ingo Kelly is thrown for an emotional loop when he visits his aunt in Utah and meets Cisely for the first time. He falls for her hard and fast. But getting her to accept his love is a challenge he is more than willing to take on.

Adagio St. John is Ingo's best friend and the two are as close as brothers. When Adagio travels to Utah from his home in Italy to attend Ingo and Cisely's wedding, he is overjoyed that his friend has found happiness with such an amazing woman. He hopes he can find the same happiness one day and end the loneliness he struggles with on a daily basis. There are prospects aplenty, but none of the shallow beauties can capture his heart.

When love does finally come to Adagio, will he allow himself to embrace it or continue to go it alone?

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The House
The House
by Aaron Kruse Rating: 0.0

“They say the dead don’t rest without a marker.”
– High Plains Drifter

What is the true nature of Hell?

Why do some go to Purgatory?

Must everybody pass through the nether realms?

Sometimes the dead don’t rest, especially when they have unfinished business among the living. If a debt is owed, the dead can sometimes make a deal to come back and collect.

What they pay for the chance depends on how badly they want to win.

But in a deal with the devil, you never really know all the details.

And you never win.

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Titanic: A Voyage Through Grief
Titanic: A Voyage Through Grief
by Erin Kilfoyle Rating: 5.0

• How can I go on living when I feel dead inside?
• Everything hurts, but I don't know what's real and what's in my head.
• God, why did You take my husband away from me?
• My so-called friends tell me I shouldn't still be crying myself to sleep.
• If only he could be here to see our girls now.
• I never expected to be left alone to raise my children.
• I didn't think I would ever feel this way again or have a man look at me with such tenderness.
• There are good days and bad days, but I have determined that this will be a good day.
• I feel like I've weathered the storm and come through safely on the other side.

Using the sinking of the Titanic as a historical backdrop, Erin Kilfoyle’s new book "Titanic: A Voyage Through Grief" is a fictional account of letters written back and forth between two women whose lives were altered because of the disaster. Fifty-four-year-old widow Victoria Harrison survived that awful night but lost one of her sons. Twenty-four-year-old Laura Chapman was left behind in England and lost her husband on the Titanic. Familiar with grief herself, Victoria takes Laura under her wing and walks with her through the grieving process. Their initial shock and denial is replaced by acceptance and hope for a happy future.
April 15, 2012 marked the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking. If you are facing a difficult loss yourself, or know someone else who is grieving, I hope the story of these two women will encourage (and entertain) you.

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