A Rose to the Fallen by April Bostic

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Do soul mates really exist? Is there really another person out there who was born just for you? And are they the only one who can answer your heart's call? Bridget Monahan is an elementary school teacher, and she's about to find out that perhaps soul mates do exist. Her heart is on the mend from many failed relationships, she's a skeptic when it comes to finding love, and the last thing she wants is to be set up on another blind date. But her best friend Autumn is convinced she's found Bridget's soul mate. After many unsuccessful attempts to introduce Bridget to Mr. Right, she persuades her one last time to meet the charming Tristan Hathaway. Bridget's first impression of Tristan is that he reminds her of an angel with a British accent that makes her knees weak. When they begin their passionate romance, Tristan is able to break her defenses that were guarding her heart for so long, and as Bridget allows herself to fall deeper in love with him, she starts to believe that they are soul mates. But she also learns that although his beauty is near perfection, he is not without flaws and there's more to him than she ever imagined. Not to mention, he can seduce her unlike any man she's ever known and take her mind, body, and soul to a place of sheer ecstasy. Bridget unexpectedly becomes the student in this magical love affair and her biggest lesson may be that true love and eternity are bound.
 

About April Bostic

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April lives in New Jersey. A Rose to the Fallen is her first novel. Read more about April and the romantic love story of Tristan & Bridget by visiting her official author website http://www.aprilbostic.com.
 
Published December 16, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 676 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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