A Young seventeen year old girl named Sophia is new to town and instantly befriends another girl she meets at school named Audrey. Along with this new friend, she finds the love of her life. This guy just so happens to be her new friend’s ex-boyfriend. The new couple is constantly overwhelmed by Audrey’s sabotage. The two try to continue with their love affair dodging Audrey’s bullets of insanity. This book captures a love account between two young adults just beginning their lives. Through it all the two go through a tremendous amount of trials leading to their rush into adulthood. The book’s romantic theme is intertwined with suspenseful twist and turns having you thirsting for more.
Once, Kerrie and Jeff were blissfully in love. All they needed was each other.
But after Jeff was deployed, Kerrie became a lonely woman. Starved for love, affection, sex, and attention, she tried everything she could to refill her love tank in his absence. But her cravings and needs only intensified. Torn between her marriage vows, a missing husband, and her raging desires, she resolved to find a temporary fix through online dating.
In that moment, Cyberdelity—her online persona, a mating of cyber and infidelity—was born. The response to her posting was enthusiastic, and Kerrie bounced from one failed cyber-relationship to another. Increasingly disillusioned by the realization that these men only wanted sex, Kerrie became an angry, vengeful, and ultimately a self-harming woman. In response to her arrest following a suicide attempt, Jeff took a leave of absence, but it didn’t take him long to realize that Kerrie was far from the faithful wife he thought he had left behind.
Kerrie thought she was being discreet, but her escapades were more public than she thought. Her betrayal discovered, her devastated husband back on active duty, and her sense of self shattered, she fell deeper into depression. Kerrie sought mental-health treatment, where her traumatic childhood and another well-kept secret were revealed.
Upon his return from deployment, Jeff had his own demons to battle. His scars ran deep, and PTSD now defined him. Can these two wounded souls find redemption together?
For medical examiner Dr. Bradley Simpson, it started like any other day. In the process of performing what he thinks is a routine autopsy he makes a life-altering discovery. For reasons he can’t yet understand, the world’s most advanced form of biometric engineering is at play. It has been hidden so well within the body its very discovery was an accident.
With the help of a local detective, Dr. Simpson embarks on the biggest case of his life, determined to find the answers that elude him. In his quest for the solution, he uncovers dangerous information about the nation’s leading medical-manufacturing facilities and their intentions. He must now balance his curiosity with his desire to keep his friends, family, and co-workers safe from the government officials and medical associates who wish to keep their invention a secret.
Dr. Simpson has uncovered a chilling truth. You may think you know what’s inside you, but you have no idea.
Don Robeson is an ex-Navy Seal and archaeologist with the Egyptian Antiquities Council searching for the Lost City of Alexandria. He hits pay dirt when they discover an ancient diadem that may lead to the tomb of Cleopatra. That’s when his troubles begin. Don and his crew become targets of antiquity pirates, the secret police, and even corrupt officials, and these people will stop at nothing to claim the discovery of one of Egypt’s greatest treasures.
When Don’s friend Professor Abdul-Clatta is kidnapped along with the diadem, Don knows he must do whatever it takes to get them both back. His dangerous quest leads him from the depths of the Mediterranean to the Catacombs of Alexandria to the great Western Desert. The locals aren’t any help, and Don realizes he can trust no one in this foreign land.
Accompanied by his beautiful companion Kathleen Caulder, Don vows to regain the diadem for the Egyptian people--the only ones who deserve ownership of Cleopatra’s tomb. But time is running out. In order to save the life of his friend, Don uses his Navy Seal training to outsmart and out muscle his greedy enemies. Now, only he can rescue the professor and a priceless ancient relic.
Which is better, to live on the holding edge of the past, or the growing edge of the future?
Don Davis writes on the growing edge of the future. His novel,
A Place In The Story, is about choosing to live on the growing edge.
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Through A Place In The Story, we can shadow Dr. Kelly’s faith journey story and dare to dream our best dreams, then give them their best chance to happen as fellow pioneers of new tomorrows and the new sacred.
We live in the greatest age in all human history! We are indebted to the past, but we owe more to the future.
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When we choose the Big Ten Universal Qualities for our identity markers our brain creates a kind of inner voice, a talisman, an alter ego, that magnetizes the identity markers that lead us to our higher self.