Jennie's Song

by Jay Greenstein

Jay Greenstein | September 23, 2013 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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Jennie Nan spends her time wrapped in boredom. A mere flicker of days has removed her from the life of model, with the world at her feet. Now she’s a prisoner of her body, as it slides toward death.

But this day Jennie has been given a gift—a small circle of stone that will change everything. And on this day, after she places the ring on her finger, she can walk again.

Now, seeking adventure downtown, she’s found Miles Carson, a positively beautiful man. Other than his having an evil brother, Miles is all she could wish for, except…she seems to have become a ghost, one who cannot interact with the world in the slightest way, and who cannot be seen, until she sings.

But oddly, her watch is still running. Unless it’s using the ghost of a battery, just maybe…

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Published: September 23, 2013

Publisher: Jay Greenstein

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1301639257

ISBN - 13: 9781301639250

Found in: Romance

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Kobo eBookJennie's Song

Jennie's Song

by Jay Greenstein

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: September 23, 2013

Publisher: Jay Greenstein

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1301639257

ISBN - 13: 9781301639250

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Jennie Nan spends her time wrapped in boredom. A mere flicker of days has removed her from the life of model, with the world at her feet. Now she’s a prisoner of her body, as it slides toward death.

But this day Jennie has been given a gift—a small circle of stone that will change everything. And on this day, after she places the ring on her finger, she can walk again.

Now, seeking adventure downtown, she’s found Miles Carson, a positively beautiful man. Other than his having an evil brother, Miles is all she could wish for, except…she seems to have become a ghost, one who cannot interact with the world in the slightest way, and who cannot be seen, until she sings.

But oddly, her watch is still running. Unless it’s using the ghost of a battery, just maybe…