Time: Wounds All Heal

Time: Wounds All Heal

by Tarian P.S.

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BN ID: 2940152953435
Publisher: TPS Publishing
Publication date: 04/01/2016
Series: Teddy Bear Collection
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Both Proud Indy Authors: Tarian like his twin, Talon, love to torment their editor with a nefarious world of foreign-language, slang, local dialect, stretched/outside-of-the-box definitions, and have even been known to throw in some new word creations of their own at times. This, of course, is all thrown in there with the dyslexia soup stock they both suffer from that makes editing for them a joy {joy: n. see mental illness}. However, the final product comes out as richly detailed as we believe all stories should be created: holographic worlds of love, pain, frustration, and challenges beyond the every day. We believe a good story should take you on an emotional ride, pluck your heart strings, and zing you about until you’re dizzy and screaming at the antagonist, while cheering for the protagonist before returning you to your cozy reading spot. And we’ve created these adventures within a mix of genres, so you can find the one right for you: Gay & Het Romances, Suspense, Paranormal and Sci-fi Erotic Romances, War-time Romance Fictions, along with Talon’s favorite Space Sci-Fi Frontiers, and Tarian’s favorite works of Post-Apocalyptic Dark Fantasies and Historical Fantasies. All for readers to submerse themselves into and escape from their day when they need or desire, and to whet your appetite for more.

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Time: Wounds All Heal 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
carlosmock More than 1 year ago
Time: Wounds All Heal Princess S.O. Channing Maroussas is a free lance journalist for Time Magazine. Chris Sayer is Channing's best friend and a CIA spy. Slowly, Chris has fallen in love with Channing. Before Chris can tell Channing his real feelings, Channing stumps into a government conspiracy to start a war in Syria. He ends up going there and has to be rescued by Chris. Narrated from the third person point of view. Unlike Ivan Vs Ivan, this book contains a real plot. The porn/erotica is a byproduct of the plot and not the other way around. This plot is not very believable, but it's a plot nonetheless. The third person narration gets a bit confusing since the writer switches point of views without being clear about it. I enjoyed the book and read it in one sitting. Clearly Princess can write but could use help from a professional editor. Fun read.
LeeAP More than 1 year ago
I was given this book for an honest review. Never having read work from this author before, I found myself in over my head and enjoying it. This book takes you into a realm of intrigue, political upheaval, danger, corruption and amid all that a love strong enough to survive anything. What the writer has done, brilliantly I might add, is show us what possibly/probably is happening in the world today. Thrown into all the corruption is a true friendship that unknowingly by either men, has been love for quite a while. They have each others backs and will do ANYTHING for each other. I am sure all the other reviews have told a quite a bit of the story which is great but when I write a review I like to tell how the story affected me personally. Some may like my type of review while others may not. Let me say this about this story. This story ,while at times was quite humorous, also shown a light on the corruption that does go on in the world. It also showed the compassion, fear and lengths people will go through to protect or avenge the wrong done to their loved ones. All I know is I loved this book. The story the author told flawlessly was a bumpy ride in only that truths were revealed that shake up a persons belief system and yet the love of the two main characters shown throughout the book. As I wrote this I listened to Disturbed's version of The Sound of Silence, as the song was suggested in the book. After reading this book, I suggest you do the same. Brilliant! I am a Simon and Garfunkle girl but Disturbed's version fits the tone of this book. I strongly endorse people to read this book. Excellently done.