Sand Castle Bay (Ocean Breeze Series #1) [NOOK Book]


In a trade-off she's lived to regret, Emily Castle left home years ago to become an interior designer. The youngest of three sisters, Emily desperately wanted to prove herself. Success, though, came at the cost of leaving behind the man she loved.

For Boone Dorsett, losing Emily left his heart shattered, but another woman was waiting in the wings. Now a widower with a young son, Boone has a second chance with...

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In a trade-off she's lived to regret, Emily Castle left home years ago to become an interior designer. The youngest of three sisters, Emily desperately wanted to prove herself. Success, though, came at the cost of leaving behind the man she loved.

For Boone Dorsett, losing Emily left his heart shattered, but another woman was waiting in the wings. Now a widower with a young son, Boone has a second chance with Emily when a storm brings her home. But with his former in-laws threatening a custody suit, the stakes of loving her are higher than ever.

Will fate once again separate them—or is the time finally right for these two star-crossed lovers?

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Bestseller Woods (the Sweet Magnolias series) launches a series about sisters juggling love and career with this bland contemporary. Emily Castle leaves her interior decorating business in Los Angeles to help her grandmother, whose North Carolina restaurant has been damaged by a hurricane. She encounters Boone Dorsett, whom she left 10 years before to pursue her career. Boone married another, but, conveniently, his wife died a year ago, leaving him with a guilty conscience and eight-year-old B.J., who strikes up an implausibly swift friendship with Emily. Boone is concerned about the effect a new relationship will have on his son, but he and Emily explore the possibility of starting over. This results in endless backing and forthing, as Emily juggles clients, career, and her relationship with Boone, while they discuss at length whether it’s the right thing for all involved. The only real obstruction is the hollow threat of a custody battle from Boone’s resentful mother-in-law; the conclusion is predictable and slightly cloying. Agent: Denise Marcil, Denise Marcil Literary Agency. (Apr.)
From The Critics

"Woods always thrills with her wonderful characters, witty dialogue and warm and loving family interactions." -RT Book Reviews

"Sherryl Woods always delights her readers-including me!" -#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber

"Woods really knows what readers have come to expect from her stories, and she always gives them what they want. Here, she pens another great love story populated with funny, witty and charming characters, written with great care." -RT Book Reviews on Where Azaleas Bloom

"Woods knows how to paint a vivid picture that encourages the reader to feel the emotions of her characters...everyone will be able to relate to this book." -RT BookReviews on Catching Fireflies

"Infused with the warmth and magic of the season, Woods's fourth addition to her popular small-town series once again unites the unruly, outspoken, endearing O'Brien clan in a touching, triumphant tale of forgiveness and love reclaimed." -Library Journal on A Chesapeake Shores Christmas

"A whimsical, sweet scenario...the digressions have their own charm, and Woods never fails to come back to the romantic point." -Publishers Weekly on Sweet Tea at Sunrise

"Woods's readers will eagerly anticipate her trademark small-town setting, loyal friendships and honorable mentors as they meet new characters and reconnect with familiar ones in this heartwarming tale." -Booklist on Home in Carolina

"Redolent with Southern small-town atmosphere, this emotionally rich story deals with some serious issues and delivers on a number of levels." -Library Journal on A Slice of Heaven

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460309681
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 3/26/2013
  • Series: Ocean Breeze Series , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 8,464
  • File size: 403 KB

Meet the Author

With her roots firmly planted in the South, Sherryl Woods has written many of her more than 100 books in that distinctive setting, whether in her home state of Virginia, her adopted state, Florida, or her much-adored South Carolina. Sherryl is best known for her ability to creating endearing small town communities and families. She is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over 75 romances for Silhouette Desire and Special Edition.

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The television in Emily Castle's Aspen, Colorado, hotel room was tuned to the Weather Channel, where there was minute-by-minute coverage of the hurricane aiming directly at North Carolina's coast, the place that had been like a second home to her. Childhood summers there had been slow and lazy and sweet. The beach town her grandmother called home was where she'd ultimately experienced her first heartache, yet despite those painful memories and despite everything she had on her plate at the moment, it was where she needed to be.

Even before her cell phone rang, she was checking flight schedules on her laptop. She clicked on a connecting flight between Atlanta and Raleigh, North Carolina, just as she answered the incoming call.

"Already on it," she told her sister Gabriella. "I should be able to get to Raleigh by sometime late tomorrow."

"Not a chance," Gabi argued. "Flights are going to be canceled up and down the East Coast for at least a day or two. You're better off waiting until next week and booking for Monday, maybe even Tuesday. Avoid the craziness."

"What's Samantha doing?" Emily asked, referring to their older sister.

"She's rented a car and is already on her way down from New York. She'll be here later tonight, hopefully ahead of the storm. They're predicting landfall overnight. We're already getting some of the wind and rain bands clear over here."

Of course Samantha would beat the storm! Emily couldn't seem to stop herself from frowning. Though she'd never totally understood it, the odd competitiveness she'd always felt with her oldest sister kicked in with a vengeance. She supposed with three sisters, there were bound to be rivalries, but why with Samantha and not Gabi? Gabi was the driven, successful businesswoman, the one most like her in terms of ambition.

"I'm getting on a flight out of here tonight," Emily said determinedly, motivated by Samantha's plans. "If I have to drive from Atlanta, then that's what I'll do."

Rather than admonishing her, Gabi chuckled. "Samantha said you were going to say that. From the time you understood the difference between winning and losing, you hated it when she beat you at anything. Okay, fine. Get here when you can. Just do it safely. This storm isn't looking pretty. If it wobbles even the slightest bit to the west, Sand Castle Bay will take a direct hit. You can bet the road down to Hatteras will wash out again unless they were a lot smarter when they did the repairs after the last storm."

"How's Grandmother?" Cora Jane Castle was in her mid-seventies but still going strong and determined to continue operating the beachfront restaurant opened by her late husband even though no one in the family had demonstrated any interest in running it. In Emily's view, she ought to sell it and enjoy her golden years, but the mere mention of such an idea was considered blasphemy.

"Stoic about the storm, but mad as a wet hen that Dad drove over and picked her up to bring her to Raleigh to ride out the hurricane," Gabi assessed. "She's in my kitchen cooking and muttering a few very bad words I had no idea she knew. I think that's why Dad dropped her here, then took off. He didn't want to be around when she got her hands on my knives."

"Or it could be he had no idea what to say to her. That's his way, isn't it?" Emily said with a hint of bitterness. Under the best of conditions, her father, Sam, wasn't communicative. Under the worst, he simply wasn't around. Most of the time she'd made her peace with that, but on occasion simmering resentments rose to the surface.

"He has work to do," Gabi said, immediately defensive, as always. "Important work. Do you know the kind of impact these biomedical studies at his company could have on people's lives?"

"I wonder how many times he said exactly that to Mother when he went off and left her to cope with raising us."

For once Gabi didn't overreact. "It was a constant refrain, wasn't it? Well, we're all grown-up. We should be over all those missed school plays and recitals and soccer games by now."

"Says the not-so-well-adjusted woman who's doing her best to follow in his footsteps," Emily taunted with good humor. "You know you're no better than he is, Gabriella. You may not be a scientist, but you are a workaholic. That's why you get so uptight when I criticize him."

The silence that greeted her comment was deafening. "Gabi, I was only teasing," Emily apologized, aware that she'd crossed a line. "Seriously. You know how proud we all are of your accomplishments. You're a top executive at one of the hottest biomed companies in North Carolina, if not the entire country."

"I know. You just struck a nerve, that's all," Gabi said, then added briskly, "Let me know when you're getting in and I'll pick you up at the airport, okay?"

Before Emily could offer another apology for what she had recognized as an insensitive, ill-timed remark, Gabriella had hung up. Not with the sort of clatter that would mirror Emily's own quick flares of temper, but quietly. Somehow that was much, much worse.

Boone Dorsett had been through his share of hurricane warnings and actual hits on the coast. He had the boarding-up routine down pat. But when it came right down to it, Mother Nature was always in control of the outcome.

As a kid he'd been awed by the ferocious storms, but he'd had little real understanding of the havoc they could wreak on people's lives. These days, with a son, a home and a busy restaurant, he had a far better grasp of what could be lost to high winds, devastating storm surges and flood waters. He'd seen roads washed out, houses toppled, lives uprooted.

Thankfully, this latest storm had taken a last-minute turn east and delivered only a glancing blow. There was damage, plenty of it in fact, but so far he hadn't seen the kind of destruction he'd witnessed in the past. In fact, it had been relatively kind to him. There'd been some flooding at his waterfront restaurant, a few shingles ripped off the roof at his home, but his biggest concern after checking out his own property had been for Cora Jane's family restaurant.

Castle's by the Sea had been a constant in his life, as had Cora Jane. Both had inspired him to go into the restaurant business, not to mimic Castle's success, but to create his own welcoming ambiance. He owed Cora Jane, too, for helping him to believe in himself when no one in his own dysfunctional family had.

The biggest reason for Castle's success, other than its proximity to the ocean, good food and friendly service, was Cora Jane's devotion to it. She'd called him half a dozen times since the storm had passed to see if he'd been allowed back into Sand Castle Bay. The minute the evacuation order had been lifted, he'd crossed the bridge from the mainland to check his property and hers.

Now, standing in the middle of the damp, debris-littered dining room at Castle's by the Sea, he called her with the damage assessment she'd been anxiously awaiting.

"How bad is it?" she asked, foregoing so much as a hello. "Tell me the truth, Boone. Don't you dare su-garcoat it."

"Could have been worse," he told her. "There was some flooding, but no worse than over at my place."

"Shame on me," Cora Jane interrupted. "I never even asked how you fared in the storm. Just some flooding?"

"That was the worst of it," he confirmed. "My crew's already cleaning up. They know the drill. As for the house, it's fine. So is yours. A lot of tree limbs in the yard, a few roof shingles ripped off, but otherwise it's all good."

"Thank heavens. Now finish telling me about Castle's."

Boone complied. "A couple of storm shutters stripped away and the windows blew in. You'll have to replace a few of these waterlogged tables and chairs, treat everything for mold, and paint, but all in all, it's not as bad as it could have been."

"The deck?"

"Still standing. Looks solid enough to me, but I'll have it checked."

"And the roof?"

Boone sucked in a breath. He hated delivering bad news and had deliberately put this off till last. "Now, I won't lie to you, Cora Jane, but the roof's looking pretty bad. Once the wind gets a hold on a few shingles, you know how it goes."

"Oh, I know well enough," she said, sounding stoic. "So, is it bad, as in a goner, or bad as in a few stray shingles came loose?"

He smiled. "I'd want to get Tommy Cahill over here to check it, but I'm thinking you'd be better off just getting the whole thing done. Shall I go ahead and call him? He owes me a favor. I think I can get him here before the day's out. I can call your insurance company and see about getting a cleaning crew in here, too."

"I'd be obliged if you could get Tommy over there, but I'll call the insurance people and there's no need for a cleaning crew," Cora Jane insisted. "I'll be back first thing tomorrow with the girls. With them pitching in, we can clean the place up in no time."

Boone's heart seemed to still at her words. The girls could only be her granddaughters, including the one who'd dumped him ten years ago and taken off to start a better life than she thought he'd be able to give her.

"Emily, too?" he asked, holding out a faint hope that she wouldn't be back here, in his face, testing his belief that he'd long ago gotten her out of his system.

"Of course," Cora Jane said, then added a little too gently, "Is that going to be a problem, Boone?"

"Of course not. Emily and me, that's in the past. The distant past," he added emphatically.

"Are you so sure about that?" she pressed.

"I moved on, married someone else, didn't I?" he said defensively.

"And lost Jenny way too soon," Cora Jane said, as if he needed reminding of his wife's death just over a year ago.

"But not our son," Boone said. "I still have B.J. to think about. He's my life these days."

"I know you're devoted to that boy, but you need more," she lectured. "You deserve to have a full and happy life."

"Someday maybe I'll find the kind of happiness you're talking about," Boone said, "but I'm not looking for it, and it sure as heck isn't going to be with a woman who didn't think I'd amount to much."

Cora Jane drew in a shocked breath. "Boone, that is not what happened. Emily never judged you and found you lacking. She just had all these pie-in-the-sky dreams for herself. She needed to leave here and test herself, see what she could accomplish."

"That's your spin. I saw it a little differently," Boone said. "Maybe we'd better not talk about Emily. We've stayed friends, you and me, by keeping her off-limits. She's family and you love her. Of course you'd defend her."

"You're family, too," Cora Jane insisted fiercely. "Or as good as."

Boone smiled. "You've always made me feel that way. Now let me make those calls and see what I can do to get this place back in working order before you get here. I know you're going to want to plug in the coffeepot and open the doors as soon as the power's back on. I should warn you that could be another couple of days. You maybe ought to consider staying with Gabi until it's fixed."

"I need to be there," Cora Jane replied determinedly. "Sitting around here and worrying isn't getting anything accomplished. I imagine we can get by on that generator you had installed after the last storm."

"I'll make sure it's working and check the refrigerators and freezer to make sure things stayed cold. Anything else you need me to do before you come home?"

"If Tommy gives you a fair estimate on the roof, tell him to get started, okay?"

"You have my word, he'll be fair," Boone assured her. "And you'll be first on his list. Like I said, he owes me."

"Then I'll see you tomorrow," Cora Jane said. "Thanks for checking on things for me."

"It's what family does," he replied, knowing it was a lesson he'd learned from Cora Jane, not from either of his own parents. Being supportive simply wasn't part of their makeup.

As he hung up, he couldn't help wondering if there would ever come a day when he'd not regret that his ties to Cora Jane and her family weren't of a far more permanent variety.

It took Emily two frustrating days to make all the right connections from Colorado to North Carolina. More annoying than the time wasted in airports was imagining Gabi's I-told-you-so when she finally landed in Raleigh on a clear day that bore no lingering evidence of the nasty weather that had blown through the state two days before.

But when she emerged from the airport with her carry-on luggage, it was Samantha who awaited her. Her big sister enveloped her in a fierce hug.

Though huge, fashionable sunglasses hid most of her face, and her artfully streaked hair was swept up in a careless ponytail, there was no disguising that she was somebody famous. It had always amazed Emily how Samantha could wear faded jeans and a T-shirt and wind up looking like a cover model. She just had that celebrity look about her, even if her acting career had never taken off quite the way she'd envisioned.

"Where's Gabi?" Emily asked, glancing around.

"Three guesses."

"Gram insisted on going home," Emily said readily.

"Got it in one," Samantha confirmed. "The minute they allowed residents back out there, Gram packed her bag. Gabi stalled her for a day, then told her if she was going to be stubborn as an old mule, at least she wasn't going alone. They left this morning at dawn, so I stuck around to be your designated driver."

"Do you actually remember how to drive?" Emily inquired skeptically. "You've been living in New York a long time."

Samantha merely lifted a brow, which told Emily what her sister thought about her sense of humor. That was the thing about having an actress in the family. Samantha could convey more with a look than most people could with an entire diatribe. Emily had been on the receiving end of a lot of those looks over the years.

"Do not start with me," Samantha warned. "I made it here, didn't I?"

Emily nodded toward the waiting car. "Is that the same car you drove from New York? Or did you have to trade in a wreck?"

"You are not amusing," Samantha retorted. She glanced at the compact carry-on Emily had brought. "That's it? That's all your luggage?"

Emily shrugged. "I'm used to traveling light. I was in Aspen on a job when I heard about the storm. I didn't have time to go back to Los Angeles to pick up more things."

"Anything in there suitable for mopping and scrubbing?" Samantha asked doubtfully. "I just don't see you mucking out the family restaurant in your designer heels. Those are Louboutins, right? You always did have expensive taste."

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  • Posted March 26, 2013

    4 STARS Sand Castle Bay (An Ocean Breeze Novel) Book 1 The firs

    4 STARS

    Sand Castle Bay (An Ocean Breeze Novel) Book 1
    The first novel in this new series was good. I already want to find out what happens to Emily's sister.

    Emily broke up with her boyfriend because she wanted to make lfe away from Sand Castle but she always thought that Boone would be waiting for her to come back. When Boone got married to someone else right after she was hurt bad.

    Boone was hurt when Emily broke up with him and left town. He was hurt and thought it was over so he found someone else to love and marry. Now he is a single father in thier hometown after his wife died. Boone is really close to Emily's grandmother Cora Jane still.

    Now Emily and her two sisters are back in town to help thier grandmother get the family restraunt back open and repaired after a hurricane. No one told Emily that Boone is now a widower or that he owns three restraunts of his own.
    Boone's son B.J. is close to Cora Jane and spends time with her too. B.J. gets attached to Emily right off the bat. Boone is afraid he will get hurt when Emily leaves.

    Everyone wants Emily and Boone to workout thier differences and get back together except Boone's Former Mother-in-law. Working on opposites coasts make it hard to have a relationship too.

    This is a character driven novel. Lots of characters. B.J. is cute all by himself. I like the characters and wanted everything to workout for Emily & Boone too. I want to read the next two books now but have to wait till they come out.

    I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2013

    awesome new series

    Pulls at every heart string you have. Smiling and crying in the same sentence. Wade in sand casgle bay is a carpenter. In rthe preview for the next book he is a sculptor?? Other than that really enjoy the characters. Hope cora jane will be in several of these books. Also would like to see sam castle develop.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 26, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    Sand Castle Bay by Sherryl Woods New series as another ends from

    Sand Castle Bay by Sherryl Woods
    New series as another ends from Sherryl.
    3 sisters are traveling from all over to help with the hurricane that is due to hit around the house where their grandmother works at her restaurant but she's in Richmond VA where her son dropped her off at Gabi's.
    Boone Dorsett, a widower with a child that had gotten dumped from Emily, was back in the area after the hurricane and he had called Cora and she and the granddaughters would be there in the morning to start repairing and cleaning the place.
    The story also follows others love interests while they are fixing up the restaurants after the hurricane.
    Career and home life balance makes them all consider the path they want to take...
    Love hearing of the project Emily is involved with and what they need to do to make it all happen.
    Boone with his new project is keeping them away but in contact with one another. Is it enough?
    When the grandparents come into play to gain custody things really heat up...
    I expected more of this series, maybe in the next book...Love all the travel but there's not a lot of very detailed descriptions about the locale.

    2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2013

    A shecat

    Walks up to Sandclaw and says, someone wants you forcemated. Go to erin hunter res 1 and see for yourself!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2014


    U ppl r idiots

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2014

    To Falconpaw Silenteye is unable to rp because her nook (his r

    To Falconpaw

    Silenteye is unable to rp because her nook (his rper is a girl) is broken. Keep this in mind.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2014

    To all

    DashingWind is locked out, move to res 3

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2014


    A tortiseshell shekit wandered helplessly into a thicket "OW!" She yelped. She had one eye. It appears she has been born without it. She still hasnt been able to walk without running into SOMETHING! much less trying to run.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2014


    Pads in. Mom??? Are you home???? Mooooom!!!!!!!!! Where are my brothers and sisters??? Then a big giant muscled cat comes stalking out of a room. He has an evil smirk on his muzzle. I scream because I know what he has done. My family has been killed. I scream again even louder than before. He runs in a panic. I notice that he has blood and scratches all over himself. My mom must have put up a fight. I run into the room he came from. My mom is lying there still breathing. Before she goes to climb up the star ladder she looks up at me. Hands me some-...........a.........a........a......a pup!!!!!!!!!!! She whispers "I managed to save one from him" "and promise me one thing...." What is it ? I say "You'll gaurd that pup for life until she's old enough to take care of herself". I will I promise!!
    "I love you"she says with the last of her breath "and dont you forget that" ......................silence.....................
    She's gone forever. I'll never see her on this earth again. I pick up the pup by the scruff and run. Run far, far away. I find a new den on the other side of the territory. I stay there till morning. I wake up. The pup is the first thing that pops up in my head. I feel for were I put her. Oh No!!! She's gone. I hear a deep growl. I run outside. Whats going on!!!!!!!,I roar. The pup comes to me. There are five more pups along with her. I hear the growl again. I look up. A cougar. Get into the den I yell at them they run. The cougar charges. I charge. TO BE CONTINUED. Who will win. Wolf. or. Cougar. Find out tomorrow.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2014



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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2014

    Twinfall & flarekit

    Twin sept
    <p> Flare dashed after a leaf, his paws batting the air

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2014


    May I join?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2014


    He does a happy dance.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2014


    And nobody cares. Perhaps it was for the best that my primary NOOK broke--that way cats didn't have to listen to my "complaining." He pads out, angry and feeling forsaken.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2014


    Umm hello

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2014


    Tears ran down her face.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2014


    Suddnly pounses on moskit. Im gona be an app in almost three sunrises! She declared.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2014


    /•\ Cinderbranch settled in. /•\

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2014

    Lilywolf to Sandclan!

    Hey guys don't forget the gathering going on at "janet evans animals". Your leader still needs to post Sandclan's announcement. Thanks! Your cats can be both there and here since technically the gathering would be in the middle of the night. ~ Lilywolf &hearts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2014


    Silnteye watched Whisperpaw. Her tone of defeat... Silnteye straightened his back, still waiting for Mistykit or Falconpaw. He was born as a barn cat, but was raised as a clancat. He loved this clan, but wondered if it was the life for him. Ecpesially since his propecey stated he'll save his mother or clan or something.... (I made a propehcey once about myself, and it happened. It said that before I become a leader, I will be denied. Haloclan was falling inactive and the only pern there was inactiveing... so yeah!)

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