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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2013

    Rainbow Dash

    *Flies in drops Apple Bloom with the healthy fillies and flies away again.*

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    This paranormal thriller is exciting

    In 1655Europe, a woman tells the villagers that a lightening strike will burn the buildings killing many. Her prophecy proves true and she is forced to flee because the men led by Eli McGregor want to kill her and her three daughters for using her magic to murder the innocents. The woman is burned at the stake but her daughter Elena is not found by the angry men. In Armaya, Michigan in 1985, Myra, the descendant of Elena has the curse as do her three children, Elena, Ariel and Irina. One their last night together Myra tells them about their heritage before Child¿s Services takes them away.------------------ In Barret, Michigan, Ariel can see the dead but she doesn¿t tell David, a Bill Gates type businessman about her past, the curse or her two sisters. She wears the charm around her wrist and when her mother appears before her she knows her mom is dead. David loves Ariel so much he is frustrated when she won¿t confide in him. When her aunt is murdered in the manner of a witch, she knows the vendetta is still going on. When another one is killed Ariel realizes she is in danger from a witch hunter. By this time David knows everything and still professes to love her but someone very close to her tells her David will be her killer and she begins to doubt him.-------------------- This paranormal thriller is exciting and filled with so much action that readers won¿t have a chance to catch their breath. The heroine is looking for her sisters to warn them of their peril and a part of her doubts David¿s love for her because she has been disappointed so many times before. Readers will root for this duo to make it through the trials they must go through and come out the other side strong in their love for one another.----------------- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted December 22, 2010

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