Masquerade (Virtue: Charity)

Masquerade (Virtue: Charity)

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by Jess C Scott
     
 

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* This story features in SELF (7 Heavenly Virtues Anthology).

SUMMARY: All's fine until churchgoers start to doubt the "most giving, most generous" one amongst them.

GENRE: Edgy Christian / Inspirational Fiction

LENGTH: 6,500 words

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Reviews:

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Overview

* This story features in SELF (7 Heavenly Virtues Anthology).

SUMMARY: All's fine until churchgoers start to doubt the "most giving, most generous" one amongst them.

GENRE: Edgy Christian / Inspirational Fiction

LENGTH: 6,500 words

* * *

Reviews:

"Dear Jess! By occasion I came to read some of your writings, which came to me as a fresh and original way of thinking/approach. . .The reason of my writings to you is [that] many years ago, I received a Word of the Lord in my mind, which is remarkably accurate with your vision of books."
-- E-mail from a male reader/customer (2011)

"Based on the three books I've read, I can say that you're a brilliant writer. They are not shallow reads. Your books do not only entertain but they also make you reflect on what is really important in one's life."
-- E-mail from a female reader, 2011 (The Philippines)

"Great characters and a fascinating look at today's culture."
-- Kipp Poe | Review on "The Intern" (YA Sins07, Lust)

Excerpt:

"Elroy isn't what he seems," Jayne had first said to Peter (which, incidentally, Peter had used for the first line of his book: "Silus isn't what he seems").

Peter's ulterior motives were pretty straightforward. He just wanted to love and be loved, in both a romantic way, and in a broader, social context way.

There was romantic love, and then there was love that was an unlimited type of loving kindness towards all others. What better form could the human spirit take?

Elroy's ulterior motives on the other hand were rather different, and less noble despite the blue ribbons he'd decked himself with. After all, society tended to believe that material wealth and social status were an outward manifestation of a person's spiritual worth.

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"Dear Jess! By occasion I came to read some of your writings, which came to me as a fresh and original way of thinking/approach. . .The reason of my writings to you is [that] many years ago, I received a Word of the Lord in my mind, which is remarkably accurate with your vision of books."
-- E-mail from a male reader/customer (2011)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014610513
Publisher:
jessINK
Publication date:
07/15/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
191 KB

Meet the Author

Jess is an author/artist/non-conformist who’s dedicated to writing original stories that are both meaningful and entertaining.

Most of Jess’s work is fueled by an intense drive to inspire others to favor social/spiritual values over shallow values. Visit her website for free samples and more!

jesscscott.com
jessINK.com

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Masquerade 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
EWWWW!!!