Acts of Love

Acts of Love

by Judith Michael
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Acts of Love 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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Haed to put down. If you haven't already, be ssure to read "Deceeptions" by the samee authors.
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I have all their books in hardback. I like the way they write. I read alot and they have always been a good goto read. But are the still writting.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this was a wonderful story. Unusual and different than the typical story line. Well written. Loved it!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is surely bound to be on best books ever written list! The book itself has a power that can reach people on a personal level, every event can be related to a part in you own life, an event that was welcomed or not.The characters are well depicted, and well written. There is not an emotion that can not be validated or a character that can not be precieved as some one you know. Overall it is an excellent book,a MUST read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I may only be 13 but I do know a thing or two about books and reviews. I just finished reading this book and plan to read it once more to pick on the smudge of details I missed. The characters were so real I felt I was siting next to them sharing their emotions seeing their expressions change. As I read this book all of my emotions came out joy, sadness, loneliness and some I couldn't even begin to describe. It was so amazing how the end turned out. The title I do believe didn't really relate to the story but did make me want to pick it up. The title is also very catchy and heart-stopping.