Becoming Milla Blaire: Anomaly

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Secret Societies have existed behind closed doors for centuries. Unearthly secrets kept hidden, and identities undisclosed. Until now. Perhaps the most elusive of them all, is about to be revealed. More

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About Candice Stockstell

"Many believe in the old saying, 'There is nothing new under the sun.' I would suggest then that those people look above, around and beyond the sun, even to the stars above. They may indeed be light years away, but a sound mind should understand that at one point or another, that light too will reach us. Let us be mindful not to miss it while following in the circles of failed tradition. If one can lend their mind's power to such limitation, it is my observation that one can also lend the same power to a more positive belief, creativity. With it, we might find ourselves in a world where anything is possible."

~Candice Stockstell

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Review by: Angela B. Mortimer on March 17, 2013 :
A fast good read that keeps you guessing
The hero is the kind of girl you'd like to slap and then cuddle. She's a product of her families affluent lifestyle and in spite of many appearances to the contrary, she still has a good heart and a sense of right from wrong. Milla needs a sense of belonging and somewhere other than her own family. The plot twists this way and that, dropping clues in all the right places so you expect the conclusion to be the usual kind of contemporary genre..nah...Can Milla Blaire save us?...I hope so...
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Angela B. Mortimer on March 17, 2013 :
A fast good read that keeps you guessing
The hero is the kind of girl you'd like to slap and then cuddle. She's a product of her families affluent lifestyle and in spite of many appearances to the contrary, she still has a good heart and a sense of right from wrong. Milla needs a sense of belonging and somewhere other than her own family. The plot twists this way and that, dropping clues in all the right places so you expect the conclusion to be the usual kind of contemporary genre..nah...Can Milla Blaire save us?...I hope so...
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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