Even In Stillness There Is Rhythm [NOOK Book]

Overview

As Julie Silvers grapples with the grief of her mother taken too soon, she finds a friend in Johnny Salinas who guides her out of her darkness. Their relationship intensifies. But it’s a fire Johnny’s jealous ex-girlfriend is determined to extinguish – at any cost.
Even In Stillness There Is Rhythm is a tender story about friendship, love and making peace with the past.
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Even In Stillness There Is Rhythm

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Overview

As Julie Silvers grapples with the grief of her mother taken too soon, she finds a friend in Johnny Salinas who guides her out of her darkness. Their relationship intensifies. But it’s a fire Johnny’s jealous ex-girlfriend is determined to extinguish – at any cost.
Even In Stillness There Is Rhythm is a tender story about friendship, love and making peace with the past.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000838464
  • Publisher: Deborah Krider
  • Publication date: 3/28/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 506,352
  • File size: 688 KB

Meet the Author

Greetings ~Thanks for visiting my Smashwords bio page. A lifelong love of books lead me (as most authors) to writing. I'm not ashamed to admit I use reading and writing as an escape from reality. The constant chaos moving around out there can't reach me when I'm immersed in books and writing.Although I’ve always felt partial to reading and writing horror I really wanted to give my drama, Even In Stillness There Is Rhythm a shot. It was an opportunity to really work on character development, which for me is the most important facet of a story. I really like my characters in that story. Especially Johnny. He was a labor of love. How could I write about a man who is kind and sensitive, yet still a strong masculine figure? I think I pulled it off okay. You can read 40% of my novel for free on this site, and please check out my other stories, My Sister Shelby story about a young girl in the lazy summer of 1976, and Vamp.0, another version of the old legend.Blessings and all the bestDebbieThe beauty in our hearts, transforms the world around us ~ Red Bear
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