47 Destinies by Marlies Schmudlach Perez

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While interning for Brent Locke, a devilishly cunning and handsome CEO, Cora Jacobs experiences an intense clash of values; find her true destiny or settle for security with her boyfriend. During a work conference at the historic Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, the heartbreaking life and suspicious death of Kate Morgan, circa 1892, fascinates Cora when she experiences inexplicable happenings. While at The Del, Cora allows herself to explore her attraction for Brent through several sexual encounters intensified by their intellectual bantering. As Cora’s heart opens, there is another force at work keeping Brent and Cora apart. Brent’s consistently direct nature challenges Cora’s limited understanding of love and relationships. Their dangerous physical attraction forces Cora to re-evaluate her life and the men in it. In this tumultuous search for her destiny, Cora finds much more than she could have ever imagined. Filled with suspenseful romantic mystery, sexual tension and humor, this first book of the 47 Destinies Trilogy will grab you from the start and carry you on an inspirational and unforgettable journey of destiny and love.

About Marlies Schmudlach Perez

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Marlies resides in Garden Valley, California, just east of Sacramento surrounded by the love of her family. Marlies writes fiction, non-fiction, novels, poetry and short stories. Marlies has worked professionally in both the public and private sector. Currently when she isn't writing, Marlies works with the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.In her free time, Marlies enjoys spending time with her family, skiing, backpacking and helping those in need through her family's non-profit 'Mission of Light'. It is a stretch to say that Marlies 'enjoys' running; however, she does it because it is good for her figure. Plus during her runs, she works out a lot of her plot twists and turns. While her running mentor gives her a lot of grief when she doesn't keep to her schedule, overall she enjoys the benefits of exercise.Marlies writes weekly on her blog at marliesperez.blogspot.com. The focus of her blog is to help others learn how to write and publish their works.
Published August 11, 2012 by Silverlake eBooks. 296 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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