Deakin Inheritance

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Inheriting several million credits might be everyone's dream, but when the only other heir decides to hunt her down, Calida wonders if it's worth risking her life. How does one give back an inheritance? More

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About June Vollans

I was born second and the oldest girl into a family of 7 children back in 1950. My father was a bit of a gypsy so we moved a lot as I was growing up. That never actually stopped for me. I have worked at many different jobs, always making it my goal to do the best I could for the people I was working with. I married at 25, divorced at 32, and lived alone for a lot of years. Was I lonely? Sometimes. But all-in-all, I enjoyed those years. Then in 2010 I met a lovely man who is my soul mate. We moved in together in 2011 and now live in a motorhome, traveling where the road takes us. We enjoy panning for gold, taking photos, and being together. We have two dogs, Niki (a Border Collie-Belgian Malinois cross) and Swiffer (a Havanese). My husband and I each keep a blog of our travels and, amazing enough, he has many people worldwide watching us. I have a blog of my authorship and would love to see YOU on there. Leave me a comment if you are so inclined. I also appreciate any reviews or comments you might like to leave on Smashwords about my books.

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Review by: Isla Mae Cosuelo on Aug. 29, 2012 : star star star star
Its a wonderful book June. The main characters seem to have rather confusing relationships though. Is there going to be a sequel to this? But all in all a brilliant fast paced book.
(review of free book)

Review by: Kenneth Holmberg on Aug. 27, 2012 : star star star star
I enjoyed this story. It was written in such a way as to having read on to find out where it was going to take me. Well done!
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Review by: Leslie on Aug. 18, 2012 : star star star star
I enjoyed this, couple plot holes you could drive a bus through, but they are addressed as the story runs on, at a pretty hectic pace. Great paced page turner, no silly science to escape a trap, everyone thinks their way out, and I def. want to read the further adventures of Calida; there's folks we find out about as the book grows that decidely need to be seen. Read it straight through, so def a page turner.
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