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Welcome to Laurel Ridge: A southern, small-town community with classmates, best friends to lovers, love at first sight, and second-chance romances, with a mystery involving a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle threaded through each of their stories. 7 couples, 7 conflicts, 7 romances. 7 stories all taking place within 15 days, where the characters are in and out of each other’s stories, with a reveal party in #7.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rediscover your WHY
“Reading this book equates to working with a life coach…. find your purpose and your WHY…. a for-sure go-to book when I need to regroup while navigating this busy world.”
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Super foods, simple steps, easy to fix, using basic ingredients.
For beginning or inexperienced cooks and for those who desire simplicity.
A story of social injustice, a girl’s love for Nature where she discovers special skills that enable her to survive, to give birth, and to raise a baby—deemed a monster—in the wild, entirely on her own. From his birth, she battles to keep him safe from himself and, then later, from others who would do him harm. That child is Grendel, and she is Grendel’s mother.
“A remarkable story, told in narrative style, is gripping for its intensity, savage for its description of her bravery and drive to survive the horrors Nature often brings to one alone and seemingly defenseless. She is intrepid. And inspiring. On a scale of 1-5, Grendel’s Mother deserves a 6.” – Wild Women Reviews
He’s a former romance cover model who left New York at the height of his career, restoring eagles into his ancestral homeland, wanting no publicity.
She’s a wildlife photojournalist with a deal to get his elusive story in exchange for a promotion, purposely getting herself stuck on his mountain for two weeks.
She’s determined to get the story. He’s determined her photos and story will stay with him. Neither is willing to compromise and poachers threaten to destroy everything—including their new-found feelings of the heart.
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