By Shannon Delany
Every little thing approximately Jessie Gillmansen's lifestyles replaced whilst her mom died. Now even her homeland of Junction is altering. Mysterious darkish issues are occurring. All Jessie wishes is to prevent extra swap. yet exhibiting a scorching new man round Junction excessive, she's approximately to find an entire new kind of switch. Pietr Rusakova is greater than attractiveness and a desirable accent--he's a man with a perilous mystery. And his very life is bound to convey significant difficulty to Jessie's small town. it kind of feels switch is the only factor Jessie cannot avoid...
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P. C. ” That got added to the previous mantra. Thanks to my Textnovel readers, blog followers, Textnovel voters, and members of my 13 to Life Private Writers Group, specifically: James Powel, who made sure I maintained Pietr’s animal grace at a key moment; Jenna Bufano, who gave wonderfully specific input on an early draft; Sarah Flinders, who understands the importance of specific praise; Alisha Sizemore, who reminded me how to dream; Kimberly K. and Annabelle—great supporters and fans. To the amazing people who make up St.
With a grin she slid into the van, her off-and-on boyfriend, Marvin, with her. She didn’t often talk about her assignment. There were certain restrictions, including maintaining strict confidentiality, placed on everyone in her program. Participants in Amy’s assignment couldn’t give clients’ names or interact with any of the people they helped outside of the program’s scheduled hours. I couldn’t handle that. I had to get everything out. Well, at least, I used to. Although Amy couldn’t say much about helping specific “clients” get their emotions out through art, when she did talk about what she was allowed to talk about, she glowed with satisfaction.
A monster? I winked at Maggie and Hunter. “Probably just old Monroe’s dog Harold anointing everybody’s fence posts,” I assured. They wagged their tails but knew better than to trust my words. I set the pitchfork back in place and busied myself tidying the barn, too aware I hesitated to switch off the lights and cross the bare and bright white expanse between here and home. Too soon there was nothing left to clean or rearrange. And tomorrow was a school day. I steeled myself for the walk back to the house.
13 to Life (Book 1) by Shannon Delany