Darken French Road

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Is love eternal? Does your first true love ever really die? Amanda’s life is forever changed when she is pulled from the wreckage of an accident which claimed the life of her husband. As she struggles with the aftermath of his loss, she feels that her death will be the only way they will be together again. When they do connect, it is in a way neither expected. More

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Words: 67,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311108869
About David W. Sherwood

I grew up in a very small town in Pennsylvania. Went into the Army in 1983. Traveled, Germany, Korea, Antarctica. Have since settled in central Pennsylvania and have been at my job as a dockworker for 18 years. I am a father of two.
I love to write. I have notebook filled with ideas. I am currently working on two major projects at the time "The King's Possessions." -- A prequel to the Kalendeck series. Also "Hopscotch" a story about a serial killer. Now that I have The Kalendeck's and the Red Queen online there are many other projects on the back burner eagerly awaiting my attention.
I ask that if you look at my book pages that you download the free samples. You will not be disappointed. If you have any questions or comments you may email me at dasherwood2 (at) yahoo (dot) com. Thanks.

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Review by: Lori on May 24, 2014 :
Darken French Road is remarkable! It's a heartwarming story about love and death between two forever entwined souls. David Sherwood (the writer) has an absolutely amazing talent for placing you (the reader) in the story and making you feel what the characters are feeling, and see what the characters are seeing. His ability to do this is unsurpassable! One of the finest books I have found in a long time by an up-and-coming paramount author. This is a must-read for anyone who has ever fallen in LOVE! Read it; you will agree! :):):)
(reviewed long after purchase)

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