Always in September

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The body of the American Ambassador lies in front of her. Suddenly, the gunman flees the scene, leaving her alone with the body. Andrea gets away with her life only to find that she is a suspect in a killing and is wanted by the CIA and the French police. She escapes to Canada with a friend, Ryan Ebsworth, only to find out that he is actually a terrorist involved in the assassination plot. During this journey, she crosses paths with businessman, Sherm Prescott, and the two begin to develop a relationship that ...

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Overview

The body of the American Ambassador lies in front of her. Suddenly, the gunman flees the scene, leaving her alone with the body. Andrea gets away with her life only to find that she is a suspect in a killing and is wanted by the CIA and the French police. She escapes to Canada with a friend, Ryan Ebsworth, only to find out that he is actually a terrorist involved in the assassination plot. During this journey, she crosses paths with businessman, Sherm Prescott, and the two begin to develop a relationship that forces her to face the neglected areas in her personal life, including her forgotten relationship with God. Will she turn her life around before it's too late?

A romantic, fast-paced story about the fashion industry, the continuing terrorist threat in Europe, and the choices a 26-year-old woman must make concerning her life, her career, her family, and her family's honor.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781404186019
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/28/2005
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.48 (w) x 8.52 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Meet the Author

Doris Elaine Fell has been a teacher, missionary, and nurse and has traveled and lived all over the globe in these various careers. Today she is a full-time author and has written seventeen books, including Willows on the Windrush and Blue Mist on the Danube, a finalist for a Christy in 2000.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2000

    A Great Book

    I really enjoyed Always in September. This book had some of the most 'living' characters I have ever read. I loved the complexity it showed sometimes, with the different agents, friends, and foes all mixing together. Their was suspense, romance, and intrigue. This is a subtly Christian, CLEAN book. I can't say how much I enjoyed it! There is so much to it and the series gets even better.

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