Standing for Poetic Expressions of Pain, Pleasure and Exotic Realities, PEPPER Poetry is a collection of poems designed to entertain the senses and imaginations of women across the world.
Using intense metaphors and provocative rhymes, PEPPER entices the attention and chemical reactions of women and their curious minds.
While reading PEPPER, feel free to explore the deeper meanings of each poem and scenario, allowing yourself to escape into a world of joy, wonder and pleasure.
"Amazing!!!! Love your poetry!!! I cannot wait until volume 2 is published!!" Amazon.com
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From the author of "Live, Love, Conquer"
We have all been to that point in our lives where we feel stuck, unable to move forward the way that we want to.
This causes us to get discouraged, and our hope and faith falter as a result.
In this collection, filled with inspiring and uplifting words, S.P. Burrell encourages readers to embrace the power of prayer and positivity in order to recognize that when God is in control, better is always coming, no matter the circumstance.
This book will help you to see God in a different light, to see Him as the solution for any negative situation you are in. Embrace your hope in the Lord, don't let your circumstances discourage you and shatter your faith. Believe and declare over your life that better is coming, God's favor is imminent, and that your true destiny awaits you!
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 27 | Date: 2019-11-27
This vivid novel offers much entertainment and excitement throughout its telling of various adventures. Although the main character's motives are presented, only small portions of the story involve his attempted redemption, leaving room for resolution in a subsequent sequel. Creating a more obvious through line that better connects all of the characters and their actions will improve the overall narrative while the multitude of subplots offer the creative material necessary to build a compelling series.
Having no former knowledge of The Count of Monte Cristo hinders the reader's understanding of the protagonist's current situation, but additional sequels provide a format that allows room for necessary background information to be provided. Dantes' character is undoubtedly flawed, a huge asset in terms of presenting a relatable protagonist. Offering further insight into his past will allow audiences to better understand his former behaviors and appreciate the lengths to which he will go to try to remedy his wrongdoings.
"Holy Ghost Writer writes like Alexander Dumas, even better, I should say. I really enjoyed reading Sultan of Monte Cristo, it was as exciting and intriguing and brilliant and swashbuckling as I thought it should be. Truly a commendable book!" Amazon.com
"The Sultan of Monte Cristo is a most captivating tale. It's a page turner for sure, loaded with intrigue, subterfuge and a schema that promises a seductive if somewhat complicated future, the characters are revealed in all their glory, chapter by chapter." Amazon.com
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 39 | Date: 2019-11-03
"Great read! Packed with light humour and tonnes of emotion - can’t wait to read another day (book) in this amazing series of A Week In The Life...!" Amazon.com
"From the beginning you are gripped with curiosity to find out who the story is about and what the problem is. I thoroughly enjoyed the way the author reveals information but also leaving you guessing what will come next." Amazon.com
Sunday is the first installment of a story that takes place over the course of an eventful week, where friendships, love and trust will all be tested following an unforeseen tragedy.
Filled with drama, suspense, passion and vulnerability, explore the mind of an individual in his darkest moments as he battles to come to terms with unexpected change.
Part 1 of 7.
• Relatability & Thrills
Sunday, A Week In The Life, Kobi deGraft-Johnson, enjoyable, humorous, emotional, gripping, short story, must read short stories, entertaining, drama, quick read, drama books, drama short story, suspense, thrilling, dark, tragedy, curiosity, fiction, books to read right now, fresh books 2019
Best Selling Books | Transitions: 52 | Date: 2019-08-21
"Celine's words really speak to your soul!! I must say Between the Lines exceeded my highest expectations! Really cannot recommend this book enough to everyone." Amazon.com
How does one describe a feeling? Some say there are no words that can perfectly reproduce one’s feelings in another—but poetry comes close.
Written with incredible honesty and self-knowledge, Between the Lines is a stunning collection of poems from Céline Zabad. Ranging in length from a single line to full pages, her poems mimic at once the brevity and vastness of feeling. Her verse is at times as free as a cloud, other times as solid as stone. Her words are philosophies and feelings in their own rights, on love, loss, loyalty, betrayal, hope, and disappointment—on life.
Whether you’re looking for new ways to think about your own feelings or are simply passionate about poetry, you’ll find plenty to love in this collection.
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 57 | Date: 2019-08-16
You Have To Experience All The Things In Your Lifetime.
Forget Good And Bad, Correct Or Wrong.
Just Live It!
This was an experiment I set in motion when I was 22 years old.
He was studying engineering and was in his last year. As every student, he also faced the same questions about the Past, present and future. He was about to step into the world of a profession where everyone becomes your teacher and everything becomes your course work. It is a very critical stage where all the options are open and you meet life teachers giving you, life lessons.
It was an exciting time in his life filled with hopes, dreams, fear and excitement.
He started to make himself ready to meet life as an adult. And then suddenly, he was struck by a thought and inspiration of pulling out his notebook and start writing what he thought life is and figure out a smart way to prepare himself by first understanding the baseline of who he was and who he wanted to become.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 83 | Date: 2019-04-27
J. Autherine’s inaugural collection of poems and inspiration is a love offering to strong, vulnerable, badass women who lead with their hearts, love deeply and sometimes fall hard.
Wild Heart, Peaceful Soul is a deep, gritty, raw look at the thrill of loving unconditionally, as well as the mental and physical toll that it takes when peace and harmony are lost in the process. The author draws inspirations from her own journey spanning 30 years, and also dives deeply into the vulnerable hearts of women globally, including her experience growing up in Jamaica. She captures the pain and struggle of women who love deeply and pour into others without first filling their own jars. A reoccurring theme is reclaiming your heart in order to live and love harmoniously.
Chapter 1, Wild Heart, takes the reader on a journey of self discovery — being an empath in a sometimes harsh world, feeling broken after losing love, not feeling good enough to be loved, facing rejection and abandonment, and navigating life with a heart that just wants to love unconditionally.
The second chapter, Peaceful Soul, is an empowering meditation on the peace that comes with reclaiming your heart — finding strength in the love and support of sister friends, practicing self-love while responsibly loving others, and finding joy in loving those that are worthy of our love.
Wild Heart, Peaceful Soul is a patchwork of vulnerability, truth and empowerment for everyone who loves deeply.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 94 | Date: 2019-04-08
How are you?
This is the question that for most of us will remain unanswered by the simple utterance of "I'm fine".
This book is a testament to the inner lives that we all lead and how we are all colored in by so much more than what is socially acceptable or even helpful to talk about to most people. It is my most sincere hope that the experiences realized in this book resonate with the longing to more honestly answer this question and help to soothe those who are in need of love, compassion, or commiseration.
Although the content of this book is set to follow the Mire family, a fictional family trying to confront this very issue, it is my hope that the author's own personal experiences -- the one's that engender these themes will serve to satisfy the reader and clearly illustrate the importance of why we all need people to talk to -- people who will listen and understand.
This book is meant to say and share the things I always wanted to say when, wearing the weight of my smile, I said, "I'm fine".
Into Colors, Trevor James, best family life fiction, popular family life fiction books, family life novel, fiction about family, must read family novels, drama family fiction books, best family novels, must read family life books, coming of age fiction, must read coming of age books, coming of age story, modern coming of age novels
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 102 | Date: 2019-03-09
The Sacred Well is a fable set in modern day Sardinia. A metaphor of everyday life which emphasizes the importance of having faith in others.
Shy and stuttering 12 year-old Andrew encounters the population of gnomes who live inside the ancient stone structures called Nuraghe which are dotted here and there all over the island.
Under the guidance of their supreme mother, who they call Jana Suprema, the gnomes have the duty of protecting the secrets and treasures which can be found hidden inside each Nuraghe.
On the eleventh moon of each year they set off on a quest to find the chosen sacred water which will restore their magical powers, without this water they will be overpowered and killed by their age-old enemies called the Red Spirits. This year they realize that they cannot manage on their own and ask Andrew for help.
The quest to reach the sacred water is enlivened by numerous encounters: Efisio, head of the mischievous and rebellious Movers, Fleabag who believes that animal pooh can cure just about anything and the wicked Red Spirits who will do anything to stop them.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 90 | Date: 2019-02-03
"The book was well written and very enjoyable. You can learn a lot about Alaska Native cultures in Southeast Alaska from this book." amazon.com
"I bought this book because I know the author. I love to read about our history of the Tlingit people. Great book." amazon.com
Clayton’s biggest fear becomes his realty. He sees his culture fading like autumn leaves falling to the earth with no hope of rejuvenating itself like it does when spring arrives and everything starts its journey all over again.
Elizabeth, Clayton’s daughter and mother of Jonathon and Richard, is married to Sakarja Skovdahl, who drinks a lot and frequently beats her. She eventually leaves him and moves in with her parents. Clayton takes on the father role for the boys by teaching them how to fish, speak Tlingit, and sing and dance.
When Jonathon goes off to school, Clayton is proud because he knows an education will prove beneficial in addition to his time-honored teachings. Little does he know Jonathan will be punished for speaking the native tongue. When Jonathon returns for the summer to help his grandfather at fish camp, Clayton is surprised when Jonathan no longer has a desire to speak his own language. After explicit orders from his grandfather not to use the motors for fishing, Jonathon uses them anyway.
Cedric Moore moves to Dry Bay looking for work. He fights inner demons that haunt him because of his war experiences. Despite his inner battles, Cedric does good deeds and he likes the Tlingit culture and people. After helping one of her sons, he forms a relationship with Elizabeth, who he passionately loves
The House of the Frog, Robert Adams, historical fiction, historical fiction novels, historical fiction books, cultural heritage, Tlingit, United States, American, Alaska, Tlingit culture, history of the Tlingit people, Culture of the Tlingit, Yukon, Yakutat, History of the Tlingit, Tlingit facts, Popular Tlingit Books, history
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 92 | Date: 2019-01-30
"Great page-turner. This debut novel of Neil Perry Gordon’s certainly makes for a compelling read." amazon.com
"OMG!!! Neil!!!! I just finished the book!! I am in shock...and awe!!! Completely blown away by your writing!!" amazon.com
A Cobbler’s Tale is an adventure story about Pincus Potasznik, a second-generation Jewish cobbler, born in a small shtetl in the province of Galicia, part of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.
In 1910, at the historic height of the massive Eastern European immigration wave to the New World, Pincus decides to leave behind his pregnant wife, and three small children, in order to seek a new life for his family in the burgeoning Lower East Side of Manhattan. On his traumatic voyage across the Atlantic Ocean on the SS Amerika steamship, Pincus meets Jakob Adler, a young man running from an accidental murder of a notorious crime boss in Warsaw.
The story also explores the challenges of pregnant Clara Potasznik as she does her best to protect her family, while the bloodiest battles of World War I explode within miles of her family home, a small village called Krzywcza. Moshe, the young son of Pincus and Clara Potasznik, discovers his divine ability to foretell dire events, and to offer real comfort those in pain, taking the reader into the wisdom and mystery surrounding the ancient Jewish mysticism, known as Kabbalah.
A Cobbler’s Tale is a story of a family’s survival against tremendous odds.
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 113 | Date: 2018-12-23
The African Piper of Harlem involves a family of Nigerian descent and how they deal with living in Harlem, New York.
"As always, Zeena Nackerdien brings her unique perspective on American life. Her penetrating yet gentle critique enables all readers, regardless of their background or experience, to empathize with her characters and the trials they face. An absorbing read and excellent way to spend an afternoon!" amazon.com
Neither fish nor fowl, every immigrant threads the needle between being one of "us" versus one of "them." The plot is both a fantasy and an exercise in exploring ways in which recent African immigrants and African-Americans recognize and embrace each other's cultural differences.
In Harlem, the mecca of black America, immigrants of every complexion live side by side with the descendants of slaves. The story begins with a description of how bullies belittle the twins, Bilal and Nawaal, who are of Nigerian descent. Grandpa Abram and their mother, Ola, do not know how to help the children.
Out of nowhere, a mysterious figure, Abekepi appears, and this fantastic piper offers to rid the neighborhood of bullies for a crazy reward. What follows is an intriguing, and sometimes unsettling, weaving of social themes, in which a supernatural being intervenes to turn the struggles of a single mother and her twins into triumph.
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 131 | Date: 2018-09-29
A blissful dictionary of exclusive positive connotation.
Reading through this book makes it incredibly easy to create an uplifting state of mind and evoke positive emotions.
Words are magical.
By now you've probably realized words shape our lives, so use the ones provided herein to help manifest a better reality.
Please enjoy this treasury of euphoria because you deserve an optimal life.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 129 | Date: 2018-09-05
"A must read history book. Following a very strong thesis that taxation is the motivator in the development of the nation state Tony Milne blows a lot of cherished ideas of English ( and British ) history out of the water." amazon.com
With Brexit, the Scottish referendum, and the threat to the Irish Peace Agreement if the open borders arrangement ends, England risks returning to its origins as a single-country state, which it was for 500 years from 1066 until 1603.
By quitting Europe, Britain risks losing Scotland, Ulster and maybe even Wales, and returning to the kingdom of England, the state it was from 1066 to 1603. It was a time of Great Men, and Glorious Battles, and Significant Dates like that of 1415, Agincourt, where the English army led by Henry V destroyed the French knights
The truth is that the English king ordered the mass murder of valuable French prisoners who had given their parole, lost his crown and treasure chest to crafty French peasants, and left his army unpaid to starve to death in Calais while he fled home bankrupt and humiliated, he did nothing for the next three years.
But the Myth of England is much more than this. From 1066 to 1603, England's history has been corrupted for political purposes by tax-collectors, foreign invaders and religious maniacs. England was a rich and pleasant land only when it was closely tied by trade to Europe, and at no time worse off than when its leaders went to war with its neighbors, except when these came to conquer and oppress its citizens, and could do so because the economy was weak.
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 112 | Date: 2018-08-18
The final book of Martin Tessmer's ground-breaking saga about the rise and fall of Scipio Africanus, one of history's greatest generals. In Scipio's End, the author weaves the words and events of the ancient Republican period into a stunning story of Scipio Africanus' final years of glory and triumph.
The year is 194 BCE. As he heads into his fiftieth year, Scipio is now become the First Man of Rome, the most powerful citizen of the powerful Roman Republic. Though he is weary from decades of military and political wars, Scipio cannot rest. The northern Gauls have cornered the army of his fellow consul, who begs for Scipio to rescue him. Far to the west, the Army of a Hundred Nations masses to attack Rome's Grecian allies, led by the ruthless Syrian king Antiochus III and his brilliant military advisor, Hannibal the Great. As Greece falls before them, the two conquerors turn their eyes towards Italia. Only Scipio stands between them and the dissolution of the nascent Roman empire.
Scipio's End is a tale of loves lost, friendships betrayed, the corruption of the incorruptible, and the triumph of honor and genius over insurmountable obstacles. Written in the historical present writing style, Scipio's End gives you the feeling that you are there in ancient Rome, witnessing history as it unfolds before your eyes.
Read the final book in the series that Amazon readers have called "Brilliant," a "'Must-read," and "As good as it gets."
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 127 | Date: 2018-08-18
"Such imagery and language. The Frosted Glass is a lovely collection of poems and ghazals because of its love for words." amazon.com
"Fluid emotion expressed beautifully. Every emotion one experiences is include in one of these well written emotional works of art. I have always been drawn to poetry and this collection is one of the great ones." amazon.com
"The Frosted Glass: Poems and Ghazals" aims to break through the monotony and allow you a few moments of quiet reflection and pause to examine the human condition, embrace the pleasure and pain life offers, and gain a deeper understanding of the world at large. Inside, you'll find a poem or ghazal for every human emotion: joy, sorrow, fear and ambivalence. Each page speaks directly to your heart and soul and invites you to dig deeper, find a connection, and empower yourself to go forth with a better understanding of the world around you.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 155 | Date: 2018-06-14
“A real page turner ... Wonderfully well written fictional story ... but full of true historical facts ... and vividly descriptive events ... it practically takes you back in time ... it's definitely worth reading ...” amazon.com
In the lush, tropical world of Martinique where slavery is a distant memory and voodoo holds sway, Emilie Dujon discovers that her fiancé, a rich sugar planter, has been unfaithful. Desperate to leave him, she elicits the aid of a voodoo witch doctor and is lured into a shadowy world of black magic and extortion. When the volcano known as Mount Pelée begins to rumble and spew ash, she joins a scientific committee sent to investigate the crater. During the journey she meets Lt. Denis Rémy, an army officer with a mysterious past.
At the summit, the explorers discover that a second crater has formed and the volcano appears to be on the verge of eruption. But when they try to warn the governor, he orders them to bury the evidence for fear of upsetting the upcoming election. As the pressure builds, a deadly mudslide inundates Emilie’s plantation and she disappears. With ash and cinders raining down, chaos ensues. Left with no choice, Lt. Rémy deserts his post and sets off on a desperate quest to rescue Emilie. But with all roads blocked, can they escape the doomed city of St. Pierre before it’s too late?
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 144 | Date: 2018-06-04
Does anyone know what awaits us in the future? How our world is going to look like? Will there be a total control or absolute freedom? The author let himself roam through the ocean of thoughts to find answers to these questions and has tried to share his own point of view with you.
Alex is a young boy who was not expecting too much from the world until that day. Might Alex predict that a simple find in his grandfather’s table would change his life suddenly and in such a strange manner? Or might he think that his curiosity would help him be stronger and smarter, even leading him to try to save the humanity?
If you are eager to find out the answers, dive into the book and I’m sure you wouldn’t be disappointed.
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 124 | Date: 2018-05-23
"I have read all of R.O. Lane’s western books, but this is one of my favorites! A great read, you can’t put down. A great action tale that leaves you feeling good!" amazon.com
The Poker Chip is another classic western with a bit of romance.
Vance Brennan falls in love with Lexie Moody, but she marries someone else, who turns out to be a scoundrel. Jeff Warren bets his wife, Lexie, on a game of poker. The winner insists that Warren pay up, and he devises a scheme to have his wife kidnapped and taken to Mexico to pay off his gambling debt. Vance Brennan, who still loves Lexie, goes into Mexico and rescues her. But the Mexican tries to kidnap her once again. Brennan kills that kidnapper and goes after the Mexican to stop him from sending more kidnappers. Brennan marries Lexie and fights to save her life. But at the end, when her former husband, Jeff Warren, threatens to beat her to death, Lexie has to find a way to save herself because nobody else can do it.
Another classic western from R. O. Lane.
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 155 | Date: 2018-05-09
As MGM's hit show Vikings on the History Channel follows the adventures of Ragnar Lothbrok and his brother Rollo, TV Historian Ashley Cowie unearths a rare Viking sea chart beneath Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland. Identifying important seats of power in the Viking's Nordic empire, it indicates a land far to the west of Britain. Is this chart the earliest representation of North America ever discovered?
Hidden in a chamber beneath Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland, TV Historian Ashley Cowie discovered a unique group of symbols and spent ten years exhaustively deciphering their meaning. After presenting his research at the International Science Festival his discovery was tested by professional scientists at Bradford University who confirmed that he had discovered an extraordinarily rare Viking sea chart.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 143 | Date: 2018-05-05
Visit Acorn, Texas, for the German festival, a high school football game, homemade apple pie from the Turner Street Café, and the cool shade of a hundred-year-old oak tree. Meet dedicated teachers, shrewd business owners, closeted gays, and concerned neighbors. See how lives become intertwined in moments of humor or tragedy. Just be careful, because in Acorn, the sky is always falling.
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 155 | Date: 2018-05-05
A widower and sixty year veteran of the railroad, Ollie has only his job to live for. Faced with retirement, he is confronted by the past during his final run. What awaits him at the end of the line is a future he could only dream of.
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 131 | Date: 2018-05-05
Poems for soul cleansing and healing to awaken in unconditional love from your heart center.
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 167 | Date: 2018-05-05
"Poetry for Potheads is Meme Poetry for Everyone! amazon.com"
"I love these poems!!!! amazon.com"
"I enjoyed this much more than I really thought possible. amazon.com"
This Colorful New Book Marries A Lyrical Form Of Poetry Together With Memes, Creating A New Style Which I Proudly Present To You In This Enlightening And Entertaining Compilation Of Poems. Insightful And Intriguing, The Poems Are Designed Specifically For Today’s Hectic Pace And Gets To The Punch Line Quickly And With A Force You Can Feel.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 160 | Date: 2018-05-05
There has been a great deal written about Tudor queens, but less so about those women who surrounded the throne, who may have held even more power and influence than those who actually wore the golden crown.
This is the story of the ladies of the Tudor court like you’ve never read it before.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 145 | Date: 2018-05-05
"From Windy Ridge to the Flint Hills is one of the most interesting and touching novel I have read this year." amazon.com "
This is the kind of story that will linger in your thoughts long after you turn the last page." amazon.com
Everything changes for Kelly Stolter the morning she finds her mother dead from pneumonia. The rug is suddenly jerked out from under her and her two younger siblings, Lola and Colton. Their steady world started to shake. Bills were coming due. The ranch loan on Windy Ridge Ranch must be paid. The tears won’t stop. Shifty cattle ranchers rubbed their hands together ready to prey on the seemingly naive young children. Kelly had watched her blue-ribbon cutting horse riding mother and champion rodeo winning father negotiate horse sales all her life. Either she could follow in their footstep and keep the family going or not.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 156 | Date: 2018-05-05
"An excellent historical graphic novel on the 1565 Great Siege of Malta" amazon.com
In a most brutal and gory battle 700 Knights of St. John defend Europe, at Malta, from a massive Ottoman Empire invasion force. Based on the 1565 Great Siege of Malta.
This graphic novel, collects the four issues in the 700 Knights comic book series.
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Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 171 | Date: 2018-05-05
Is Halloween actually Celtic? How are Samhain and Halloween Connected? Why was Samhain celebrated? Did All Saints Day emerge from Samhain?
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 216 | Date: 2018-05-05
"I enjoyed the book from beginning to end. Another great read from Author Chelley, who never disappoint me." amazon.com
What a tangled web we weave when love is treated like a game that no one wants to lose. Janice Brown, girlfriend of Devon George, was wrapped around his finger, she couldn't control her heart from betraying her mind. Stuck between a rock and a hard place, Janice then gets something she didn't expect in the form of a love triangle. Her mind says "go" while her heart says "no" crippling her ability to move on. It doesn't help that Devon's words dispute his actions causing a raging quarrel between his two lovers. When ultimatums are made and the drama thickens who would mend their hearts in the end is put to the test.
Mend My Heart, Cause Any Love Just Won't Do, Chelley, popular African American Women's Fiction, African American women’s fiction books, African American Women Writers, literature and fiction, love and romance, popular romance novels, love and relationship, urban novels you should read
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 166 | Date: 2018-05-05
Step into the life of a poet and experience different perspectives on the 3Ls; Life, Love, and Loss. Victor creates a comfortable atmosphere around topics that everyone can relate to. Even the topics where you're loss for words, Victor can help you start to formulate them. Open up your mind while he opens up your heart with this easy read. Give your thoughts a whirl while sipping your favorite drink. Sit in your favorite spot or create one.
Literature and Fiction | Transitions: 147 | Date: 2018-05-05