He ran the backs of his fingers down her cheek and thumbed away the escaped tears. Softly he pleaded, “Please come home.”
Panadelo pulls no punches, whether it be chapter that involves poverty, hooligan behaviour, broken relationships or under-age sex.
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Who is the Locksmith, and what role does he play in this fantasy tale? You will keep this question in mind as you read through the adventures of Lucinda Guillierre, a young girl living with her stepsister Claire and her stepmother, in the magical world of Frankland, ruled by The Office.
The Office was created in historic times by the Great Coven, which established the four offices of Air, Fire, Earth, and Water, and their leaders. Each Office has a Guild, for the study and training of Witches and Wizards of each element.
Unsettled by her lack of magical progress, she resigns herself to a future as a normal person, but agrees to take her sister Claire to challenge the path to meet the Fire Warlock, to have a wish granted. She takes with her, her only true possessions her father left her —two large books…
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In addition to the vampire romance project, I am so excited to announce the second book in the Darling Cove series, Must Have Faith is complete
Gwendolyn Mallory has landed her dream job. After years at a small fashion retailer, she’s been given a chance to show off her public relations skills for a major brand. What woman wouldn’t be excited to work for Prada in New York City? Former male model turned Prada Brand Manager, Andrew Morgan is ready to … Continue reading Released: “Must Love Fashion” by Deborah Garland
Lee is the big sister who knows best and Dan has the crazy go-off-on-a-tangent ideas.
Why does he have to go talking to himself when they’re out in public, anyway?
Anxiety and panic attacks fill Mrs Christie as she relates the events of what is readily plausible in that time and in her world of crime novels.
Imagine believing you are the only living version of yourself.
T E Hodden has provided this insight to one character in A Symphony of Heartstrings. you will have to read the novel to work out which character wrote this letter, as it is a "bonus" - it is not in the novel. From: Barbary, London. To: CL9 Subject: Worrying anomaly. Right, there is no easy way … Continue reading One Character To Another