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  • Posted August 19, 2011

    Very good read

    This was a nice read, can't wait to continue to read more of this series.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2015

    When Keenan meets Julianne in the hospital after the fire at her

    When Keenan meets Julianne in the hospital after the fire at her business, he is immediately drawn to her. He is gruff with her knowing he has to the finish the investigation. Julianne doesn't want to date anyone, it is her and her daughter, together they can weather the hurricane. When Julianne and Keenan begin their relationship, he feels that she is always holding just a little bit back. She has introduced him to family and friends, but the only time he met her daughter was one day when he and his niece were out roller blading and ran into Julianne and her daughter. 

    Even her daughter feels that Julianne needs to let them meet. When Keenan finally lets her know that he can't do it anymore, that he needs all of her, her past, present and future. Can she let Keenan in? Will she let him weather the hurricane with her and her daughter?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2014

    Ezumalid's Journey

    Ezumalid looked around. No one was there. But he had to warn his friends. First, he'd go to the Wesfuld Mountains and warn those people and go to the Gremild Forest and warn his friends. But how'd he get there so fast? Ezumalid remembered Methaldane the dragonsus telling him to go when he was imprisoned by Koji. Ezumalid needed to find that waterfall again so it'd give him a clue. But how'd he get there? Altogether, everything went to the same problem. Ezumalid looked to the right end of the tunnel and grabbed the map tightly. There was a light leading out and it seemed like it was nightime. As Ezumalid ventured farther and farther out of the tunnel, he saw two men lighting lamps for the night. "Orij, that boy may be a fortune. Think we can still 'im right now?" The first man said. They were talking about him! "I'm sure we can. We have the keys, and we're the councils most trusted advisors, Jackson," Orij replied. "Come on! Let's go then!!!!!" Jackson impatiently cried. Then they were gone. Ezumalid needed to go as fast as he could as he ran into the night. Fires blazed on torches, but he was careful not to get seen even if he was not invisible. He looked around. There was no people watching. After 1 hour, Ezumalid was far away from the village. He had come to a barren desert. His last meal Omereg's. There were cactuses and big thorns protruded through them. Suddenly, there were marches coming toward the place where he was. Oh no! Ezumalid ran as fast as he could, but he was out of breath in that HOT desert. He relieved, found a dune and hid in it. Then, the noises marched past him. Suddenly, Ezumalid felt a sharp sting that numbed his whole body. His vision blurred, and everything, yes, everything went black.

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