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In this compelling story, the first of a three part autobiography, philanthropist and entrepreneur Aaron Robinson capture the duration of his upbringing to his adulthood of once living in the underprivileged black community, Pembroke-Hopkins Park, Illinois, nationally known as one of the poorest areas in America. The more he begins to recognize his family’s struggle from living in poverty, not having consistent running water or electricity, wearing hand-me-down clothes, recognizing his challenges in school, experiencing racism, and so on, he begins to become aggravated while longing for the greater things in life. He begins to slowly wander off in his own world of creativity by embracing a multitude of the gifts that he is blessed with in hopes of making a difference in his life as he looks for every way to escape his everlasting struggles. While being encouraged and inspired to have hope by peers and small counterparts, he diligently begins to dabble in multiple hobbies that would allow him to explore the world as an entrepreneur.
Nevertheless, shortcomings, challenges, difficulties, struggles, setbacks, trials and tribulations, and devastations emerge as he seeks direction and looks to stay positive on a journey filled with everlasting dreams that seem so near but yet so far out of reach. Despite losing everything in his family’s home due to a fire, close family members, friends, and mentors continued to help make life better as Robinson continued to believe in his dreams, visions, and goals to become successful and make an eternal impact on society.
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'Tis the season for merriment, good times, and family memories! This holiday season, make it even more special with help from The Polite Company. In this 30-page eBook, you will find a great selection of tips, etiquette advice, recipes, gift-giving advice, and more. Your celebrations will be something to remember.
Whether you’re planning an office party or hosting a get-together with friends and family, The Polite Company has everything you need to make it merrier!
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 108 | Date: 2022-12-03
Athena, now nineteen and keen to leave the rat hole behind, has traveled all the way to Alaska in the hope of a better life up north. What she doesn’t bank on is the massive culture shock that being a Greek-American in the icebox means, from experiencing the horrors of Eskimo ice cream to meeting Bambi- killers, hunters, and trappers galore.
Told with raw honesty and emotional vulnerability, this true coming of age story recounts Athena’s struggle to fit in as she is surrounded by strange psychic energies, dangerous people, and food like she’s never experienced before. The fascinating world of restaurants and serving is explored in every hilarious and horrifying detail, with a cast of colorful characters from all walks of life, but not all of them are out to help Athena on her quest to build a brighter future for herself.
Even when Athena thinks she’s found new friends and a surrogate mother to give her the support she’s never had, a dark presence still looms on the horizon. Up north is a dangerous place for a young lady alone. Something bad is coming, and Athena can feel it. Can she survive the harsh winters and even harsher life lessons that being in the icebox will throw at her?
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 177 | Date: 2022-06-09
The safest way to view the Middle East in general and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in particular, is from an airplane window during a landing approach.
Once out of the plane, you no longer have the confines of the cockpit to isolate your senses. Depending on the weather and time of the year, you immediately feel the searing heat on your skin, the blinding glare of the sun reflected from the ground hits your eyes, and the sweetish smell of petroleum permeating in the air greets your nose. But as soon as you overcome the initial shocks, you will begin to feast on the opulent sights in the modern miracle in the desert. Millions of international brain and brawn labored many years to build, develop, and maintain the multimillion-dollar modern structures and facilities in Saudi Arabia. When the Kingdom came into the windfall of petroleum dollars, its tiny population can never cope with the vast modernization plan of the government calling for super large building projects. The only solution is to import millions of brilliant minds and muscles to execute magnificent dreams into reality. The ultra-religious Kingdom has always maintained a preference for fellow Muslims like Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Indonesia, and Bangladesh but also graciously opened its doors to hardworking non-Muslims. Workers from Europe, the USA, South Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, India, Japan, and China flooded the country. The multinational talents are a huge blessing to the Kingdom, spurring its development into dizzying heights. The whole situation has also developed into a mutually beneficial activity because the Kingdom has ultimately provided precious income to the millions of its workers. It has shared its blessings.
This book is only a microcosm of the much larger picture of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its heroic workers!
"Insightful. This is an honest description of the life of a Filipino worker as experienced by the author. It is insightful of the adversities that most Filipino workers have to overcome specially those on foreign assignments specifically in Saudi Arabia. The sacrifice needed in the noble pursuit of better wages to support their families is palpable. The book is a testament to the human spirit of perseverance and resilience. Written in easy to read style - highly recommended - GeneA" Amazon.com
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 299 | Date: 2021-03-28
Self Discovery Is The Best Catalyst Of All Things Great
This book explores the journey of a successful Black woman who is trying to balance family, love, and her career.
"Absolutely loved this read!! I love to read about other women successes. Really great, easy enjoyable read." Amazon.com
"Very Intriguing! The transparency will most definitely reach out and grab you! Very relatable on so many levels. Amazing book! Very Empowering! Five Stars Aren’t Enough." Amazon.com
"Excellent read. This is an amazing read for both women who have suffered from trauma and abuse and an eye opener for those who have not. I appreciate the author’s transparency and would recommend for all middle-aged women." Amazon.com
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 357 | Date: 2021-01-07
THE ACCIDENTAL ANARCHIST is the true story of Jacob Marateck who, by the time he was 25-years old, had been sentenced to death three times in the early 1900s in Russia -- and lived to tell about it. That was when he decided to overthrow the Czar. The book is based on Marateck's diaries and maintains his unique voice that was filled with humor and optimism despite poverty, starvation, and the horrors of war. His story is proof that it is not only the circumstances of our lives that determine who we are, but rather the way we choose to interpret them that defines our personalities and, to some extent, our destinies.
" Outstanding, Entertaining work of a Fascinating Time...Must Read!" Amazon.com
"If you ever wanted to know what it was like to live under Russian tzar - first hand account!" Amazon.com
"Masterful story telling from a primary source in history. I rarely give 5 stars to a book, and don't have any connection to this author, or the story. This was a 5 star book." Amazon.com
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 456 | Date: 2020-12-01
Reporter: You knew for over 50 years that former speaker of the House of Representatives and 2nd in line to the Presidency of the United States, Dennis Hastert, was a serial child abuser. Why didn't you say anything?
Mr. Tipton: At the time I lacked the courage and personal integrity to accept responsibility by not making the information public. If I had, I would also have to admit that I was complicit in the abuse of 30+ Scouts that I was instrumental in recruiting.
Reporter: Why is the book not available until May 1, 2021?
Mr. Tipton: Because the last part of the book will chronicle how well or not the Boy Scouts of America upholds their promise to be make things right for the thousands of abused Scouts that never should have suffered if the BSA had been open and honest as the Scout Law instructs.
Reporter: For over 3 years you allowed yourself to be sexually abused. Why did you keep going back to your abuser?
Mr. Tipton: Because he loved me, at least I felt loved. My home life was terrible. My Mom was bedridden with Multiple Sclerosis and my stepfather was an emotionally and physically abusive alcoholic that was gone 4 days a week. At age 10 I had to handle everything at home including taking care of my three younger stepsisters. At Lost Valley I was loved, nurtured, encouraged, listened to, and appreciated. As an adult I realize that was the pattern of a serial child abuser. As a child, I craved what Lost Valley offered.
Reporter: What will you do with the money from book sales?
Mr. Tipton: Make the movie. I've done it before. https://www.amazon.com/Heart-Beholder-Chloe-Grace-Moretz/dp/B0716M8G4W
Reporter: Why bring all of this out now since it happened over 50 years ago?
Mr. Tipton: Because it is time to hold the Boy Scouts of America responsible and they agree. I supported the BSA when my Mom was our Cub Scout Den mother and when I was a Scoutmaster for my son. I still support the BSA and I want them to recover from their Chapter 11 bankruptcy and be the Boy Scouts we all love and respect. The guilt I carry for leaving my best friend behind will always be with me. But after all of these years I hope to achieve some level of personal closure.
"Lost Valley - Lost Innocence" is the true story of how two best friends went from Boy Scouts to Boy Sex Toys in a nation-wide pedophile ring located at the Lost Valley Boy Scout camp outside St. Louis. The two Scouts were pimped out sexually to Scoutmasters and Boy Scout volunteers through 6 different pedophile rings in St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago, Cleveland, Nashville, and New Orleans. None of the rings was uncovered except the New Orleans ring, which made headlines when it was discovered that the head of the New Orleans Police Child Sex Abuse Unit was actually a very active pedophile and Scoutmaster.
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Must Read Books | Transitions: 513 | Date: 2020-10-15
"Great book. Inspiring and full of hope that no matter how far down and out we may be, God sits high, He sees and hears our every groan." Amazon.com
"Eddie Donnally's story is a must-read for anyone who's ever hit bottom and thought all hope was lost." Amazon.com
Eddie Donnally has lived a most unusual life.
He is the only professional horse jockey to have won an Eclipse Award for Newspaper Writing and one who has been a television show producer, racing show host, certified fund raiser, ordained minister and hospital and hospice chaplain.
A jockey for 19-years, he rode in over 10,000 races at 54 tracks, winning an estimated 1,200. He was once indicted for sports bribery after a botched race fixed by Boston’s infamous Winter Hill Gang, whose leader Whitey Bulger was convicted of killing 11 persons. He lived for a time between the FBI who wanted him to testify against gang members and the gang who threatened to kill him.
He shares his life as a checkered jockey, his sibling sexual trauma and battles with a crack cocaine addiction and same sex promiscuity, and the supernatural jail cell miracle in 1996 that put him in full time ministry since.
Eddie Donnally is a frequent speaker in churches, recovery conferences, rehab centers, and prisons.
His bio, "Ride the White Horse: A Checkered Jockeys Story of Racing Rage and Redemption," has sold some 6,000 copies and has 40 four or five star reviews on Amazon.
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 603 | Date: 2020-02-14
This book examines what exactly the Jim Crow laws were, why they were established and more importantly, how these outdated laws have cast a lingering effect on the black race in America as we attempt to progress in this country.
The author then covers a list of different topics that we, as a people, struggle with, the origins of these issues, and explore possible solutions we could implement in order to move past them.
His desire is that you reflect on those areas that hit home for you in his book, hoping that a positive change can take place ultimately resulting in unity, prosperity, and growth for all African-Americans.
"How well this insightful, real and true book is to our culture. I absolutely love this book! The information you give, backed up by facts. I feel it would help so many who are lost. Beautiful job!" Amazon.com
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 509 | Date: 2020-01-21
I woke up in Intensive Care with a ventilating tube down my throat
"A truly inspiring story that takes you with Iain on his journey from a near death incident through a long, difficult and challenging recovery. A beautifully written work that also injects humour into a serious situation." Amazon.com
“Thursday, June 15, 2017, will be embedded in my memory forever,” says author Iain MacLeod.
“I greeted the summer day eager to face the world with my usual free-spirited independence, and ended the day lying in the Intensive Care unit of a hospital in Aberdeen, Scotland, with a ventilating tube down my throat. Billions of people get out of bed every day without any problem, and that had been true my entire life despite being a wheelchair user with Cerebral Palsy since the age of three. But when I got out of bed that fateful morning, everything went horribly wrong.”
In his book 10 Seconds That Changed My Life, Iain inspires with his realistic, heartfelt writing and original poems of his beloved Scotland. He captures the various stages of his hospital experience as well as his personal journey through joy and sorrow, frustration and elation, and the reality of coming home to a new normal.
By writing and publishing this book, he hopes to encourage those with special needs to never give up, and to always remember that they are able, not disabled, and have unique abilities to share with the world.
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Must Read Books | Transitions: 529 | Date: 2019-12-21
"Impressive use of words. I appreciate the author for the good choice of words and it kept me busy for days." amazon.com "
Best book, great story. Don’t miss it" amazon.com
A turbulent childhood is at the root of what went on to be an equally turbulent adulthood for Daniel. Like so many others, his abuse begun at home. With no fixed father figure and a physically abusive mother, what should be pleasant memories were turned into nightmarish recollections.
Social Services soon intervened and at the age of 13 and he was placed in a children’s home. Whilst places like children’s homes are created for the protection of children it seems as though they can often be a breeding ground for the abuse and manipulation of children. His experience with a number of institutions that were put in place to prevent the harm of children has proved that there is a blatant betrayal of trust by those put in a position of authority.
The lack of moral backbone that such systems employed left him and a number of other children confused about authority and the law – a defective trait that led to misguided criminal activity during our youths.
His never dying determination and love for his wife made him turn the things around. He is a living proof that no matter how bad it gets, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
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Must Read Books | Transitions: 694 | Date: 2019-04-27
This story is about what it's like to have a disorder, but not discover it until life catches up with you.
UGH, is my story as a teen with Epilepsy about the challenges life has brought to me. It mostly revolves around but is not limited to the social impact. I talk about my journey to self awareness by talking about how I eventually made friends, how I dealt with siblings and family, learning to drive, adjusting to high school, conquering academic pressure, jumping the hurdle of bad teachers and much more. While any teen in this generation doesn’t necessarily have to have a disorder to have these feelings and thoughts, they aren’t widely spoken either. Instead they are shoved under the rug.
This story shows the progression of how I’ve become the person I am today, because I’ve become who I am by going above and beyond.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 651 | Date: 2018-10-30
"A Powerful Story of Survival from the Streets to the Boardroom." amazon.com
"A truly courageous woman with an amazing story and great lessons - don't pass this up!" amazon.com
She was a would-be teenage prostitute. Now she’s a Fortune 50 VP. Discover the story of a woman who defied the odds to build her American Dream.
Toni Crowe lives life one day at a time. As she faces teen pregnancy, an abusive lover, and Chicago's inner city, she refuses to become yet another statistic. With poverty all around her, Toni finds more than prosperity: she fights her way from the streets to the penthouse suite.
During her journey from single mom to Fortune 50 Vice President, Toni gained hard-earned wisdom sure to inspire you to new heights. If she can make it from the bottom to the very top of the corporate ladder, then you can absolutely take what she learned to start your own incredible ascent right now.
Never a $7 Wh*re is a heartfelt memoir that will light a fire in your soul. If you like inspiring women, bootstrap success stories, and determination in the face of disaster, then you’ll love Toni Crowe’s motivational autobiography.
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 720 | Date: 2018-10-15
Everything that we hear surrounding motherhood portrays a beautiful, nurturing, and a powerful bond that cannot be broken by any human being, or length of time. Nonetheless, this idealism is not the case for all mothers.
From her earliest memories at four years old, Callie Flinn began to notice that her mother differed greatly from the others around her.
Callie’s school friends had mums who were kind, warm, and selfless in nature, whereas Callie’s mother, Donna Flinn, was only able to mimic this behaviour in public. In private, Donna’s true and sinister identity would regularly emerge. Instead of providing care and an abundance of love for her daughter, Donna began to carry out wilful acts of spite, which included using violence, severe neglect, and intolerance towards her preschool child. Callie is parentified; she is used by her own mother and heavily burdened by Donna’s erratic and volatile emotional outbursts. Callie is unable to process the world around her and therefore, she begins to feel unsafe on a daily basis; Callie lives, day to day; in flight mode. She does not receive comfort from her mother; however, the expectation is for her, a small child, to provide this for Donna. Slowly, Callie begins to hear the same message repeated loud and clear, that her feelings do not matter and that she is to put the needs of everyone else around her first.
The situation would only become worst for Callie, as her mother and father split and Donna begins a new relationship with Allan.
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Must Read Books | Transitions: 677 | Date: 2018-07-24
"This is a book that everyone must read, the book is a true life story. Thanks Ade for the information giving to all women thorough this book for both Spiritual and Moral growth." amazon.com
Ade is a versatile woman, having worked as a model, actress (TV and Radio),home video producer and script writer. However, the one thing she has never imagined was that she would write a faith based book. The Bible is on point in 1 Corinthians 2:9 that "Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered into the heart of man the things which GOD has prepared for those who love Him". GOD truly works in mysterious ways. This book explores the effect of contraceptive implant on a modern day woman. It is also a testament that even in the worst circumstances, their is the possibility of joy.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 486 | Date: 2018-05-06
"A sad story of a child with no love and feeling no hope." amazon.com
"I was very touched and inspired by this book." amazon.com
Through My Eyes is the emotional journey of a boy who survived horrifying abuse in his childhood and his long road to recovery and defining himself separately from his circumstances. He recounts the terrible physical, mental, and emotional trauma he suffered at the hands of those he trusted and the long-lasting damage inflicted by the unwillingness or inability of his mother to stop the abuse from happening. He details the excruciating process of learning to trust and love after years of abuse and how he was able to overcome his experiences for the sake of his mental health.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 574 | Date: 2018-05-06
When Chris DeeRoy, a young computer programmer, took his next job at a technology firm, he had no idea what he was letting himself in for. He soon finds himself swimming upstream against the raging current of a modern-day corporation, its structure and politics, just to survive.
On one side he has a power man manager to deal with, and on the other a maleficent colleague trying to make things as hard as possible. One day he overhears them discussing killing him, and he knows his battle is just about to begin...
Guided by his faith and personal strength, he tries to navigate his way through the dangerous situation. Will he find the right opportunity to get out of that toxic environment before its too late? That remains to be seen
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 673 | Date: 2018-05-06
A Good Man is Hard to Find and Even Romeo Himself Isn't Easy to Keep
Prepare Yourself...It Just Got Real...
A twisted night leads Kayla into a hot and steamy love affair with the man of her dreams. Her intuition tells her something is wrong about this romantic encounter, but she is captivated by lust. Suddenly, his antics become questionable and her minor concerns turn into an obsession of searching for truths.
The lies and deceit plague not only her life, but her friends and family as well. Based on some true events.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 571 | Date: 2018-05-05
Journey through the life and accomplishments of the 16th president of the United States of America.
Discover everything from the birth of Lincoln, his rise to presidency, to his assassination.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 668 | Date: 2018-05-05
Inspired by true events
A face without a name is intangible, as is a name without a face...
My freedom was taken away from me when my family was discovered by a man—a slave trader—with a personal vendetta. After watching my family tortured before my eyes, me and my baby sister were sold into slavery in Virginia where we learned first-hand everything our parents worked so hard to conceal us from.
But I didn't want my baby sister to breathe the sins of this world, so I did what I thought was best. I took her life.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 749 | Date: 2018-05-05
My grandmother sent my mother to buy a stick of butter. On her way some young boys were standing around, and one boy said I like you and started walking down the road. After that she returned home with the butter and in nine months I was born. Back in the 40’s & 50’s, young girls had sex with a boy over and over without using condom and in nine months a baby is born. During that time, mothers’ were too young to take care of the baby and the family had to raise the baby, and this is the same thing that happened to my mother; she had two daughters before she got married. The same things are going on today with young people, and so many babies are in Foster homes. I learned we don’t know how we came into this world, but I thank God I am here. What a blessing to feel so special; I thank God, my mother and that young black man who is my father. My mother had a second child by the same young man. What happen and the reason she was born into this world? I guess to have a play mate. I know my Mother and Father loved me and my sister. Years later my mother got married and had many other children. As time passed I had 7 brothers and one more sister. I know my real mother loved us both, and I know God loves us all.
This is the story of a young black girl who grew up in Savannah, Georgia at the time of segregation. She moved to California to make a better life for herself. She talks about her battle with cancer, abuse and her love for the Lord. Frances is eighty-one years young and loving it.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 500 | Date: 2018-05-05
Hasta la Vista Europe!: What you're not being told about the refugee crisis and how it's destroying Europe
Europe is doomed!
The old-fashioned-controlled-media is covering up a massive, cataclysmic travesty - the so-called “refugee crisis” in Europe. The fairytale is that millions of innocent peace-loving families are fleeing war and death. Nothing could be further from the truth.
And the truth is nothing short of savage. It’s all here, from crimes to cover-ups, from media spins to actual events, from horrific diseases to restricted info. Just facts. Eyewitness accounts. And links to the sources so you can see it, hear it, or read it for yourself. A look at each of the 51 countries and independent states that make up Europe today, full of hair-raising unthinkable acts.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 653 | Date: 2018-05-05
A Story is a Promise & The Spirit of Storytelling offers new writers a way to study and understand how popular novels, movies, and plays become successful.
A Story is a Promise offers a clear, concise look into the mechanics of how to tell a story and how a story engages and rewards the attention of an audience. Examples are used from popular books, movies, and plays, including a breakdown of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, The Usual Suspects, and The Lovely Bones. Deep Characterization explores what can happen when an authors creates characters who are an extension of the author's issues in life.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 740 | Date: 2018-05-05
A naIve, young woman from a small village on the outskirts of South Africa, is lured away from home by an unscrupulous Doctor. Dunlap becomes obsessed with the girls unusual body structure and is intent on possessing her. His intentions become nefarious after his absurd exploitation becomes known.
Based on the unbelievable true story.
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Non-fiction | Transitions: 732 | Date: 2018-05-05
What happens when life throws you an unexpected curve ball that leaves you in a state of unconsciousness? In most cases, these challenges feel like near death experiences. Shawnte Mckinnon knows all too well about feeling as though death has knocked at the door, so much so, combing her hair was the least of her worries. Although experiencing a painful past, personal tragedy, and being misunderstood, Shawnte survived what threaten to take her mind. Walk with her as she takes you through a journey of lost and finding, loving and losing, but most of all overcoming.
This book will show you there’s nothing too hard for God. While death may be at your door, there is much more life after death. There is a purpose for your pain.
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All My Love,Detrick is the story of a forbidden love that thrusts two families, one German,one Jewish, into a spider web of danger during the terrifying years of the Third Reich.
Detrick was born with every quality that would ensure his destiny as a leader of Adolph Hitler's coveted Aryan race. But on his 7th birthday, an unexpected event changed the course of his destiny forever. As the Nazis rose to power, Detrick was swept into a world filled with secrets, enemies, betrayals, and alliances.. But even in the midst of darkness, Detrick would find a single flicker of light. He would discover the greatest gift of all, the gift of everlasting love.
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Best Selling Books | Transitions: 951 | Date: 2018-05-05