The Legacy

The Legacy The Manor at Echo Lake has seen its share of changes but none such as the past year and Aaron Reynolds knew changes were on the way He was just not sure if he was ready for them Vowing he would do ab

  • Title: The Legacy
  • Author: Kelly Ilebode Faith Williams Anita B. Carroll
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Manor at Echo Lake has seen its share of changes, but none such as the past year and Aaron Reynolds knew changes were on the way He was just not sure if he was ready for them.Vowing he would do about anything to understand who he was and why, with the hope that he had a chance to survive the mandatory harvest without losing his soul for not only himself but for hThe Manor at Echo Lake has seen its share of changes, but none such as the past year and Aaron Reynolds knew changes were on the way He was just not sure if he was ready for them.Vowing he would do about anything to understand who he was and why, with the hope that he had a chance to survive the mandatory harvest without losing his soul for not only himself but for his brother, Dragan He leaves everything behind traveling from the Berkshires of Massachusetts and the woman he loves to London England, and to the place he was turned into a vampire then on to the Himalayas Aaron soon realizes that what you are might not be quite as important as who you are.Surrounded by a small band of friends at his soul harvest, Aaron comes face to face with not only the answers he has been so desperately seeking, but also the one person he feared the most.

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    1. I grew up in Maine as a ward of the State from the age of five to eighteen Having been shuttled from foster home to foster home I must confess it wasn t always easy trying to figure life out My imagination was the place I could go and live and sometimes hide from the real world I have been writing poetry and short stories since the age of 8, never really understanding that, even I, could put the stories out there for readers until I was in my forties I am just like all of you I like to read and am a fan of many authors I struggle with everyday problems and crisis , from financial to relationships, even to somehow getting through the passing of a baby we named Arianna Like you, I laugh, I cry and I bleed when I am cut.I am so grateful for every one of you and for taking a chance in reading my books Whether or not you like my writing, and I hope you do D, just the simple fact that you did give me that chance means than you will ever know When the world says give up HOPE whispers, try it one time Always yoursKelly

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