Reflection

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Howard, a wealthy thirty-year-old introvert, is served divorce papers from his wife Cindy. Howard’s sister Melinda, struggling to rehabilitate from years of drug abuse, consoles him. But in doing so she recalls their past and hints that they share a hellish childhood secret. Her words uncover a memory Howard long ago suppressed, and now he must confront his new reality. More

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About Jeff Vrolyks

Jeff Vrolyks lives with his supple wife of 7 years Christy in Simi Valley, California. He is a new writer, in that he recently discovered a passion for writing and hasn't stopped since. He was in the Air Force for a four year stint (cargo aircraft crew-chief), worked in the beer beverage industry, automotive industry, and in the oil fields on drilling rigs. His turn on’s include rain-forest thunderstorms, rainy sunsets at the beach, and glowing reviews from you. His turn off’s include driving in Los Angeles, working-out in an over-crowded gym with fat hairy people in spandex, and receiving scathing reviews from people intolerant of foul language and violence.
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Review by: clare kent on Aug. 19, 2012 :
Read this book in one long sitting, I love the author's humour. The characters were fantastic and totally believable.
(review of free book)

Review by: Melissa Long on June 27, 2012 :
I enjoyed this book a lot. The author has a gift with words and I could really visualize the situations. It's a good combination of romance, humor, suspense, overcoming disabilities and dealing with life's tragedies. His wonderful characters are so well developed that by the bittersweet end of the story, I felt their pain and joy. They had become real to me. I hope that there will be more novels about them.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: LuLu London on June 13, 2012 :
Great story, excellent characters, I felt like I knew them personally, really good. I know the story isn't a comedy,but there are some really funny parts! What an ending! I could totally see this being a movie
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