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Living for Today
     

Living for Today

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by Brenda Kennedy
 

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After recovering from amnesia, domestic violence, and the death of her abusive husband, Ava Emerson finally put her past behind her, and moved forward to an unforeseen future.

When Xander Jamison went to Savannah, Georgia, he had given up on life and love. His plan was to accept his death sentence and die with dignity. That was until he met Ava Emerson.

But when

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After recovering from amnesia, domestic violence, and the death of her abusive husband, Ava Emerson finally put her past behind her, and moved forward to an unforeseen future.

When Xander Jamison went to Savannah, Georgia, he had given up on life and love. His plan was to accept his death sentence and die with dignity. That was until he met Ava Emerson.

But when Xander reveals to Ava that he's dying of brain cancer, Ava's life is shattered once again.

Can Xander find a treatment or a cure in time?

Will fate step in and leave Ava devastated and alone? Will her lifelong friend Chase be there to pick up the pieces, once again?

Does Chase finally reveal his true feelings for Ava, or does he continue to keep them from her and move on without her?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781365309960
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
09/01/2016
Pages:
234
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Living for Today 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Poor Ava it's got to be hard not knowing your past then move to make a new start in life to meet a wonderful man then he dies that broke my heart an now come to find out she might be with a child from this man can't wait for the next book Always a Texas fan
Anonymous 8 months ago
Love love this book was sad about the end but so looking forward to the next one. It's one of those books you can put down.