Rose Discovered

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Without a memory of who she is and where she came from, with an Eagle birthmark that moves freely about her body an eight-year-old Rose journey is about to take a wild turn. When a stranger who feels like a friend saves Rose from an evil man just to betray her trust, a lot can happen. Will she find her new family, the home she yearns for and the answers to the simplest questions about herself? More

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About Eve A. James

My name is Eve A. James and I am a member of Romance Writers of America. Writing for young adults is my passion, especially when I can combine it with my love for paranormal. I can’t imagine anything more exciting than a place where an ordinary girl or a boy finds its rightful place among the gifted, immortal or heavenly creatures, where falling in love for the first time, discovering who you really are, is just a beginning.
As a child, I was fascinated by fairy tales by Grimm brothers and Hans Christian Andersen, with their dark twists and universal truth that good always trumps evil. Influenced by a strong hero’s character from those stories she started writing tales where an ordinary person could do extraordinary things. Writing has turned into a passion that I admit I am too weak to resist.
I treasure a good story that pulls me inside and allows me to walk the path alongside my favorite characters.

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Lori Meyer reviewed on on July 3, 2012

I was drawn into the characters in Rose Awakened and was immediately hooked. For me, if I fall in love with the characters, I’m forever hooked. In Rose Discovered, I enjoyed the intertwining of answers and then new mysteries. It kept me going and my interest. Looking forward to the next one.
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Tom Jedrzejczyk reviewed on on July 3, 2012

Great follow up to the first story. Very well written and enjoyable to read. Thank you for your books and I can't wait for more.
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Lookie Lou reviewed on on July 2, 2012

Spelling needs to be checked. Stories without an end are horrible and this one is no different. UGH
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