Dreamer [NOOK Book]

Overview

Cassie Williams is your typical seventeen-year-old. She loves her friends, the beach, and loves being in love. But Cassie is different in one way--she's dying, and she's afraid. Still, she's never alone. Her guardian angel, Legend, has been watching over her. He knows her fears, and in an effort to make her last months on earth count, he takes on a human form. While Cassie loves being in love, she's never really been in love, and neither has Legend. Both of them are about to discover perfect moments of an ...
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Dreamer

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Overview

Cassie Williams is your typical seventeen-year-old. She loves her friends, the beach, and loves being in love. But Cassie is different in one way--she's dying, and she's afraid. Still, she's never alone. Her guardian angel, Legend, has been watching over her. He knows her fears, and in an effort to make her last months on earth count, he takes on a human form. While Cassie loves being in love, she's never really been in love, and neither has Legend. Both of them are about to discover perfect moments of an imperfect world fitting both the grace of an angel and the hopefulness of a human in spite of a future all but bereft of possibility.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016456225
  • Publisher: Maria Rachel Hooley
  • Publication date: 4/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 376,746
  • File size: 601 KB

Meet the Author

Maria Rachel Hooley has written over thirty novels, including New Life Incorporated and When Angels Cry. Her first chapbook of poetry was published by Rose Rock Press in 1999. While her novels typically venture into different genres, the one constant is the theme of redemption. She lives in Oklahoma with her husband and three children. If she's not writing, she's probably teaching English to high school or college students.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2013

    An Unsual Day (a Vinyl Scratch mlp fanfiction)

    Fluttershy was walking through the market. She was looking for the last thing on her list for Angels salad. It was a cherry. Last time she was charged 20 bits. But not today. -wink- " Excuse me. May i buy a cherry?" She asked the clerk. "Certainly. One bit please." He said. She gave him one bit. "Thank you" she said. "No. Thank you." He winked. She returned the wink She left for her cottage. "Angel! Im home! I have the ingrediants for your salad!" Angel rushed up to Fluttershy. He smiled. (:D) "Okay okay im on it Angel" she said. She made the recipe in under twenty minutes. Then she finished. "All done! Here you go." She heard a trumpet sound. "Huh? Why would a trumpet sound?" She went outside to investigate. "Sorry Angel i gotta go." She left. When she got to the fields where the sound was she heard a voice. "Her highness, Princess Silvernight!" A princess in Ponyville!? The chariot reached the ground. "Excuse me" she said

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2013

    so beautyful It made me cry

    It was so sad i keep hoping he would save her byt the ending made me cry

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