The Indie Book of the Day for 24th of November, 2013!
Vera Minette Brady left Louisiana six short years ago and never looked back. Heart ripped apart by a Louisiana man, she hadn’t counted on her sister’s illness to lure her back. There were times she missed Lake Pontchartrain, but not enough to return after her high school sweetheart ripped her heart asunder. She hadn’t counted on a hurricane and her sister’s illness to lure her back. She hated hospitals and wondered why a feeling of déjà vu iced through her veins and overpowered her each time she entered one. The truth was she knew why. She just didn’t want to think about it. Douglass Stevens, the owner of a construction company, wanted to construct something besides a building. He desired to rebuild the relationship he once enjoyed with Vera. Why did it seem something always got in the way? This time, he’d be a plant that wouldn’t budge at the hospital, determined not to let her get away again. Together, their path is littered with obstacles that threaten their very lives. They have to decide if it’s God’s will, hospital error, or someone playing God as they helplessly watch loved ones die. Will Douglass be strong enough to provide the support Vera needs through this storm in her life? Can their love weather the storms that rage against them both? First book in the Storms of Life trilogy. May be read as a stand-alone. Has a definite conclusion. Romance thriller. Romantic suspense.
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- File Size: 302 KB
- Print Length: 130 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: B. J. Robinson; 1 edition (February 22, 2013)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BJWSF5A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
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