Destiny

Rated 4.63/5 based on 9 reviews
James enjoyed watching ladies smile when making eye contact. But now the smiles are short-lived. When they see the Lieutenants artificial hand, they quickly turn their heads. This hurts, a lot. Then, James met Liz. She is young, pretty, and doesn’t seem to care about his prosthesis. Why is she different? Does she like James? Is there hope for romance in the life of this wounded soldier? More

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Words: 6,870
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458018304
About Ansley Gilmore

Hi,

I hope you are enjoying my story.

Please let me know how you like (or dislike) it. My email address is: ansleygilmore@gmail.com

Thank you!

I have always lived in my make-believe world. It was the best kept secret, until I started writing, and now everyone knows I'm schizo, ha. Well, hopefully, my imaginary friends will entertain you and bring you some diversion.

In my "real" world I like riding motorcycles, snow skiing, snow boarding, sailing boats, flying airplanes and gliders, and most any activity that is outdoors. I wish I had the opportunity to climb Mount Everest, or search for Noah's Ark on Mount Arafat.

As you can surmise, I like a good challenge, and writing is certainly that. In the end, my hope is that you enjoy venturing into my make-believe world as we go on adventures around the world, and maybe even into space (hint about one of my adventure books in the making).

Finally, I must confess that the most challenging puzzle I found is the human heart. What makes us tick? Why do we do the things we do, sometimes with full conviction, sometimes with hesitation? What makes us happy and sad, sometimes both at the same time? These are questions that I like to broach in my writing. Relationships are complicated, but only because we are complicated. To understand a relationship we must understand the "other" person, and to that end we must understand ourselves first because with all of our differences, we also have much in common. Under standing ourselves, our strengths and weaknesses, is the first step to understanding others.

Ansley

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Reviews

Review by: truth on Feb. 01, 2012 :
Great story. Shows just how how God is so loving and caring when it comes to his children.
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Review by: Kae W on Nov. 17, 2011 :
I liked the idea behind the story but it really wasn't believable at all how they just jumped into all that talk of destiny. Just didn't feel it.
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Review by: karen parsons on Oct. 29, 2011 : (no rating)
This book was so good ! Only one thing was wrong with it just wish it was a longer book ! LOVED IT ! A MUST READ !
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Review by: T.M. Johnson on Sep. 11, 2011 :
I must say this is a sad truth to what our soliders face today; male or female. But it is such a beautiful story and heart felt. I enjoyed every second of this book! The author did a great job! It's a must read for anyone with a heart that loves romance!
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Review by: Robyn Moore on Sep. 01, 2011 :
A realistic topic of what sadly happens in the world today but with a heart warming ending. Great Read!
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Review by: kara douglass on July 05, 2011 :
Great Book! Would encourage all to read it! AAA+++
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Review by: Ana Shea Ann on May 26, 2011 :
Well written.
Such great depth. I was taken in by the storyline by page 3!
And moreover, this story has moral to it.
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Review by: Two Monsters on May 07, 2011 :
Loved this story. Both feel they are unlovable and find a friendship that turns to love.
Very moving.
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Review by: Midnighteyes on April 29, 2011 :
Such a romantic story, and so true. It´s a great story.
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