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Til You Come Back to Me Again Read Review
Til You Come Back to Me Again
by J. Adams Rating: 0.0

Angelo De Luca is a man who has it all. As the owner and CEO of one of Orlando's five-star hotels, the twenty-three-year-old bachelor is wealthy and successful, possessing looks, charm, and a heart of gold. He is the perfect boss and a good man.

But there is one thing that Angelo doesn't have–someone to share his life with. When he meets Suzanne Haynes, a new employee at the hotel, he discovers love and is happier than he has ever been.

Then life throws him curves that steer him toward trials so painful, he learns to lean on God more than he ever has before.

And he will definitely need God to get him through what he has yet to face.

http://www.angelospromise.weebly.com

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The Rainy Season Read Review
The Rainy Season
by J. Adams Rating: 0.0

“Life is a fickle thing, and destiny is as unpredictable as the shifting of the wind.
When I was ten years old, I wasn't concerned about either of those things until the day my mother died. That single event changed the course of my life, pointing me towards a destiny I could never have foreseen, and a love I couldn't have forsaken even if I tried.”

This is the story of a girl who was handed a life she never expected, encountering a love she could never deny.

“Such an inspirational read...simply lovely. I enjoyed reading this book and will read it again to remind me of the life I must live and cherish.”

“This was a very heart felt book. Very touching. I absolute loved it.”

“The love this author writes about must be a love she live each day. No one could make this up!”

http://www.gisellesrain.weebly.com

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LUPINE
LUPINE
by Jenna Raven Rating: 0.0

Born the only female Pure Blood, Lupine is treated with great honor, but when her parents and the council tell her she must find a mate instead of fighting in the war she determines to escape and prove herself. It is with one small mistake she finds her life irrevocably changed. The Dark Blood now swirls in Lupine’s veins like an eddy sucking out the life of the wolf she once was. No longer, the bell of the ball, Lupine becomes the very thing she has been trained since birth to hunt and destroy. She is captured and tried by those she loves most and begins a journey that brings her to the darkest depths of her soul. Betrayed and broken, Lupine finds there are some things even the most trained warrior cannot bear. Her only hope of climbing out of the darkness rides on the love of her blood mate. But even the most perfect love may be too late.

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Demon Budding
Demon Budding
by Aaron Kruse Rating: 0.0

Can you study fear like a school subject – like math or science? Can you rid yourself of all fear if you understand it? Will a greater fear drive out a lesser fear?

Matt was 11 years old when his mother re-married. His new stepfather seemed fine through the courtship – loving and respectful of her. He simply ignored Matt, but the boy supposed that would change when the man moved in with them. It did.
Love and respect gave way immediately to chronic temper and daily abuse. Verbal became physical. Family life became unrelenting anger, unrelieved disdain, and for Matt and his mother, non-stop fear. By the end of the first year, it was obvious the abuse was planned to drive them out and get the farm. If abuse wouldn’t do it…how far would the man go?
Matt knew his only hope to protect his mother lay in driving their tormentor away. To do that, he had to overcome his fear of the man, and that meant understanding fear itself – fear of the night, of things in the dark, of old abandoned buildings. Guided only by his instinct, he sets out to conquer his fears…and then discovers there really are things in the dark.
Matt needs powers to fight his mother’s tormentor and a cooperative thing can give them to him…for a price. But some things come directly from Hell, and in Hell, prices are tallied in souls.

Matt soon learns in a deal with Hell, you never know all the details until you are – almost – committed.
In the end, will the price of victory be his soul?

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Spirit Walks
Spirit Walks
by Aaron Kruse Rating: 0.0

Wyoming in the 1890s is still a rough and dangerous place. If the Indian Wars are mostly over, horse thieves and bandits still roam the countryside, and it’s no place for the weak-willed or the squeamish.
Wyoming rancher Andy Gunder, protecting his family and ranch, does what is necessary and teaches his son the same way. Even at seven years old, Samuel is an apt student and Andy figures he’ll do alright on the frontier. The preacher still teaches the meek shall inherit the earth and love conquers all, and Andy still believes it’s just plain foolish. Samuel seems to have found a way to balance the two views and Andy’s very proud of his son.

When Samuel is kidnapped, his very survival is in doubt; his parents are challenged beyond anything the family has ever seen. Andy and Sandy’s love becomes the only chance the boy has.
The adventure which follows provides a whole new outlook on life for everyone. Andy still knows the meek aren’t going to inherit much of anything, but sometimes, love does conquer all.

Spirit Walks is the third in the Andy Gunder series. Look also for Gunder’s Bride and Gunder’s Law, and Frontier Son.

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