Becoming Milla Blaire by Candice Stockstell

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What if you learned that everything you've ever believed was a LIE...
But what if the TRUTH could destroy the entire world?

Milla Blaire, a stunning beauty recovering from the scorn of a high-profile lifestyle, learns an unfathomable truth about life when she sets off cross country for a VIP event, but instead ends up in another world. There, she uncovers a shocking truth of existence when she comes face to face with the unknown.

Take a walk with Milla Blaire in the LIMELIGHT, experience the glamorous life of a socialite, party hard, dodge the paparazzi and fall prey to the media… Dare try to escape it all and get sucked right into the heart throbbing seduction of the alluring Aden Dilees...

Now prepare yourself for gripping suspense and unforeseen twists as he lures the unsuspecting beauty into a SUPERNATURAL world of the UNKNOWN... A world where NORMAL no longer exists...

About Candice Stockstell

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U.S. Veteran, Candice Stockstell studied Communications abroad at the University of Maryland in Armed Forces Europe. A writer and film enthusiast, she also studied TV/Film at Act One Studio in her home town, Chicago.
Published September 26, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 484 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Despite Aden’s constant promises to justify his behavior, “I know I have a lot of explaining to do,” Aden takes his sweet time letting Milla and the reader know what’s going on, perhaps because the explanation is especially bizarre and doesn’t really justify his actions.

Nov 20 2012 | Read Full Review of Becoming Milla Blaire: Anomaly

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