Soul Mates

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Skyler Montgomery stood silently on the balcony of her home, on top of the mountain. Her house overlooks the sleepy little town of Weston, West Virginia. She loved the Appalachian mountains at night. She would listen to the timber wolves howl their song of loneliness, to watch the owls in flight and as always the cute little bandit the raccoon as he played. The night was beautiful with the trees in there oranges, yellows and reds. Fall was here and the night air was cool to her skin. She had not run with the ...
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Skyler Montgomery stood silently on the balcony of her home, on top of the mountain. Her house overlooks the sleepy little town of Weston, West Virginia. She loved the Appalachian mountains at night. She would listen to the timber wolves howl their song of loneliness, to watch the owls in flight and as always the cute little bandit the raccoon as he played. The night was beautiful with the trees in there oranges, yellows and reds. Fall was here and the night air was cool to her skin. She had not run with the wolves in a long time now, there was no joy in it any more. Skyler had been alone now for the last one hundred years and truly believed that she was the last of her kind, a creature of the night. Then he spoke his voice so seductive that it wrapped itself around her body and held her tight. Skyler turned towards the voice and there standing in front of her was the blackest eyes that she had ever seen. He was a good bit taller than her, by almost a foot, coal black hair and the most magnificent smile a predators smile Skyler thought. "Let me introduce myself, my name is Dominic Benetino." "Hello my name is Skyler Montgomery." Why do I feel compelled to tell him my name though it felt like a compulsion and that's what really bothered her. He took her by the hand and led her to the dance floor put his arms around her and pulled her close, "Relax my love its just a dance." Skyler relaxed somewhat and found herself molded perfectly with his body, his very hard body. She noticed that their hearts seem to be beating in the same rhythm. They moved as if they were one being as if they belonged together. "We do my love, we do belong together and for the first time in a hundred years Skylerfelt both safe and afraid. Who was this man to make her emotions in control and not her head. "I told you my love my name is Dominic Benetino"
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  • ISBN-13: 9781441535825
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 7/21/2009
  • Pages: 142
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.33 (d)

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  • Posted August 15, 2012

    The author had to have been drunk when she wrote this book!!!!!!

    The author had to have been drunk when she wrote this book!!!!!!!!!!!!

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