Canvas Skies (Reliance on Citizens Makes Us Great!)

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Greed. Power. Class division. Resistance. The Terenian government has worked hard to divide the haves from the have-nots. Guy Bensen, Elite bachelor of the year, wants a better life for everyone. Thief/hired killer, Keira Maddock, hungers for equality. Together, they might be able to change society. More

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Words: 64,350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301413263
About S. L. Wallace

S.L. Wallace is a teacher and life long writer who is a descendant of the famous William Wallace. Like him, she believes in freedom and independence. Unlike him, she fights her battles with the pen, most recently taking a political stand against recent changes in government at both local and state levels.

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Canvas Skies (Reliance on Citizens Makes Us Great!)
The Terenian government has worked hard to divide the haves from the have-nots. Guy Bensen wants a better life for everyone. Keira Maddock, hungers for equality. Together, they might be able to change society. After some time away, April Maddock finally returns to Terene. With the arrival of two very different men, her life becomes complicated. Can she open her heart and learn to live?

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Review by: Lorena Wood on Sep. 14, 2013 :
Loved it! A strong second book for the series. I liked the way the author handled bringing the reader up to date from the first book while not being repetitive for those of us that had read it recently. This one highlights Kiera’s sister April, but still gives us plenty of time with our favorite characters from book one.
Canvas Skies is another page turner with plenty of intrigue and mystery. It’s hard to know who to trust when it comes to the men in April’s life. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys dystopian struggles and mystery/romance novels.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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