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Final Arrangements
     

Final Arrangements

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by David LaGraff
 

Shannon is a winner on San Francisco's Wall Street West. Stretch Murphy is the guy who cleans her dad's swimming pool in Los Angeles. When chance throws them together for a few days, her carefully planned life falls apart under the mutual attraction. There's just one little problem. Stretch claims their marriage has already been arranged in advance by her father

Overview

Shannon is a winner on San Francisco's Wall Street West. Stretch Murphy is the guy who cleans her dad's swimming pool in Los Angeles. When chance throws them together for a few days, her carefully planned life falls apart under the mutual attraction. There's just one little problem. Stretch claims their marriage has already been arranged in advance by her father just before he died. Of course, Shannon knows that is just not possible. Or is it?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000896631
Publisher:
David LaGraff
Publication date:
04/25/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
394 KB

Meet the Author

I've been telling stories since I was old enough to talk. My readers find themselves in a world which centers on romance but with a twist, as the love grows in the midst of extreme crisis. I write for those who have been knocked down a few times by life and may or may not have recovered yet. This stress opens them up to people they would not ordinarily include in their inner circles and changes forever the tapestry of love and the way they think and feel about life. My tales take place in a near-psychotic state, or perhaps profoundly neurotic, a condition which allows for a spiritual dimension to enter, wherein invisible forces which normally run smoothly in the background begin to bubble through the cracks in their psyches. My people perceive these forces as perhaps a divine intervention of sorts, something to be added to their arsenal to deal with the conflicts. Under the twin pressure of immediate external stress and the infusion of newfound spirituality from within my heroes and heroines must change and become someone newly capable of creating a new life going forward.

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Final Arrangements 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
LaTanya Carson More than 1 year ago
This was a cute story of loving unconditonally and trusting God. As an American, arranged marriages is a foreign concept. However, this story made me give it much thought especially since marriage and real commitment in the 21st century is practically extinct. Family as priority is rare. It was refreshing to see that it is still treasured by some. Especially those professing to be Christian. Good read.
Rooketteh More than 1 year ago
having lost my own daddy a few years ago i could relate to all shannon was going through. I loved the way new love and finding oneself was tied in.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not really sure about this. I think the ending needed to be more detailed.
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