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  1. Loving Him
    Loving Him

    by pink

    Loving Him
    by pink

    Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

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    Story Part: 1

    Why do i love him so much, even after everything that he done to me, my family, my people , Why do i love and need him?


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  2. Just as I Am.
    Just as I Am.

    by Jessica Forrester

    Just as I Am.
    by Jessica Forrester

    Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

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    Story Part: 1

    Dear Simon, Your last letter seems so long ago, so long I often concede that you may have forgotten me in the glorious wonders of adventure and splendor that the seas seem to give you. And the maiden you spoke about. Layla was her name. It does seem better than Dylan- my unusual..


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  3. Cassandra's Think Tank Society
    Cassandra's Think Tank Society

    by Mary Blair

    Cassandra's Think Tank Society
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 3.5/5 (2 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 5

    Suspense: Two women from the opposite side of town and societies came together to make their world a better place. Cassandra Ellisworth and Saddie Mae Hawthorn came face to face with a madman out to destroy everything that he touched including the two women he hated. Will they survive?


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  4. The story of Saric (A Tale of love and Suspense
    The story of Saric (A Tale of love and Suspense

    by naa baakey mensah

    The story of Saric (A Tale of love and Suspense
    by naa baakey mensah

    Rating: 4.1/5 (9 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 15

    Saric feels life is been unfair to him as he faces one problem after the other, his life never gets any better and tries giving up several times, life finally gives him a chance to make something out of life and through that he falls in love, ...


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  5. A BOOK THAT COVERS ITS PAGES
    A BOOK THAT COVERS ITS PAGES
    by Asha Darwin

    Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 5

    Pages are many and words are few which fill the book with its emotions and loving notes. Pen is filled with ink to meddle the words with color. These colors shade the words with darker affect or lighter. When words juggle with one another, they add shine


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  6. The House In Wait
    The House In Wait

    by Mary Blair

    The House In Wait
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 4.2/5 (6 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 7

    Supernatural Suspense: For Samuel and Magnolia settling down together was happy times untill disaster struck and turned the world they knew upside down. They walked from one disaster into another one. This one may take one or both of their lives but first their family members must go first.


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  7. Whose Child Is This
    Whose Child Is This

    by Mary Blair

    Whose Child Is This
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 4.0/5 (5 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 6

    Paranormal: For Christy this was a new begining. Being a nurse and the only child of a couple who was also only children, She wanted to give her parents a grandchild but wasn't able to.before their pasting She tried vetro fertilization with no sucess The midwest was a good place to live or was it?


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  8. Sister of Echo - the making of a villain
    Sister of Echo - the making of a villain
    by ameel koro

    Rating: 3.4/5 (7 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 6

    Trigger Warning: The book depicts sex, rape, heavy amounts of gore, and regular use of profanity. Slavery, abuse, and torture also serve pivotal roles in the plot. If you have any sensitivities toward such subjects or otherwise take offense to them, proceed with caution.


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  9. Either Or...
    Either Or...

    by Carla Godfrey

    Either Or...
    by Carla Godfrey

    Rating: 4.0/5 (1 vote cast)

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    Story Parts: 2

    During his adolescence, Richard went through an experimental phase which resulted in the birth of his daughter. Now, fifteen years later, he has become the man his father has always wanted him to be, but temptation is never far away...


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  10. Recipe For Murder
    Recipe For Murder

    by Mary Blair

    Recipe For Murder
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 3.6/5 (5 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 4

    Suspense: For Marla there was no way out of her situation except to run away from her life that the death of her parents left her in. She would have to leave but she wouldn't be alone.she would have her loveable Dobie to accompy her and keep her safe. Was she rellying on him too much?


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