Eyes of a Stranger

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How can Melanie not fall for the caring man who rescues her from an icy death? But while there are reasons for keeping Mel alive, when her purpose is fulfilled, Mark will be asked to act without question. When the truths are revealed, she’ll discover that nothing & no one is what she thought. Is Mark really all he seems, all Mel needs him to be? Her life will depend on it. More

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About Annette Francine

Annette Francine resides in the metropolitan Phoenix area. After writing romantic suspense intended for traditional publishers, but discovering that she could not suppress the Christian themes and understories that persisted in her books, she fully subjected herself to the direction of her muse.
While she hopes that her readers find her stories both encouraging and uplifting, plot details include adult language and explicit sexual content. Her characters do not always portray and should not be expected to reflect good examples of Christian behavior nor her own attitudes.
It is important to the author to help others and improve the circumstances of those in need. At least half of the proceeds from her novels are donated to Care, St Mary's Food Bank, and the Wounded Warriors Project. If you did not legally purchase this book, please consider donating the equivalent funds to a reputable humanitarian charity. Thank you.

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Review by: Lovemy books on Nov. 15, 2012 : (no rating)
This is quality reading. Good story line and excellent writing. I have read both of this author's published books and hope to see many more. I recommend you get them now.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Shanyn Hosier on Oct. 23, 2012 :
Emotional powerhouse of a novel!

"Eyes of a Stranger" is a wonderful metaphysical exploration of faith, romance, and destiny. A beautifully inspiring love story is deftly woven into nail-biting suspense, mystery, and cunning plot twists. Francine's second release shows more of her great promise, and proves "From the Shadows" was no fluke.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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