A Life Singular: Part Four by Lorraine Pestell

A Life Singular: Part Four

byLorraine Pestell

Kobo ebook | June 19, 2015

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So this was it… Lynn and Jeff, two celebrities driven to change the world together, had grasped their life singular with both hands and were not about to let go. They had the Midas touch, gifted through the virtues of reciprocity and a deepening understanding of right versus wrong.

The prospect of turning two into four, mirroring the black jetstone ring that lived on the handsome man’s right hand, filled the couple with excitement. Never in his wildest dreams had the no-good street kid imagined himself as a father. His own had given him nothing. So much less than nothing, in fact.

Should Jeff settle that score? Was it worth disturbing the paradise they had planned, where their well-established careers showed no sign of slowing down and their hard work yielded so much for so many? Surfacing past wrongs and holding people to account for setting them right were part and parcel of letting go, his dream girl had insisted. And who was he to argue? She had been right all along.

As the book’s extraordinary chapters continued to document the achievements of their life singular, the solitary author cried and smiled in equal measure through the arrival of a small boy with blond, curly hair and the sultry gipsy girl who could see inside his soul from the moment she was born. Lynn had given him two new friends who must now be steered through their young lives, learning their own lessons about the endless pursuit of love and wisdom.

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Sales proceeds go to The Smith Family and the School Volunteer Program.

Title:A Life Singular: Part FourFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 19, 2015Publisher:Lorraine PestellLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1925151050

ISBN - 13:9781925151053

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