Promises by Susan Rodgers
(Drifters)

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Jessie Wheeler's past catches up with her as an old nemesis settles in Vancouver, threatening to destroy any chance at the singer's newfound happiness. But Jessie is an old hat at acting. She has picked up the habit of disappearing inside herself and creating characters in order to help herself survive. Backed into a corner by Deuce McCall, she relies on a tougher version of herself to help her through the dark days while she seeks a solution to free herself of Deuce's clutches. As she tries to gain a foothold in her struggle, one thing becomes clear - she may have to risk everything she has found - friendships, love, a successful career as a singer / songwriter and actor - in order to save the one thing she loves the most.

"Love is a promise, love is a souvenir, once given never forgotten, never let it disappear." John Lennon
 

About Susan Rodgers

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Susan Rodgers is Associate Professor of Anthropology at HolySusan Rodgers is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Holy Cross College and coeditor, most recently, of "Indonesian R Cross College and coeditor, most recently, of "Indonesian Religions in Transition" (1987). eligions in Transition" (1987).
 
Published March 24, 2013 by Bluemountain Entertainment. 258 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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