A Rose By Any Other Name

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Professor Natalie Long has fantasized the day she would find Vincent Valentine's resting place. A scientist, she believes she has found the means to cure him of the darker side to his nature. But what if the cure could lead to his death?

*(this is a work of fan-fiction; events take place after those of Final Fantasy VII) More
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Words: 60,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301417414
About Nona Mae King

Nona King was born and raised on a 30-acre homestead outside Aurora, Oregon, in 1972. In the late '80s she began writing feature-length plays, young adult fiction, and Christian romance novels. From '99 to '05 she experimented with myriad worlds and character-types through VG fan-fiction under the pseudonym Mintbaby. She is the author of more than 30 novellas and short-stories, including fan favorites such as the 'Bookworms and Booya!' series, the 'Terra' saga, and 'A Rose by Any Other Name.'

In 2006 King moved to the Seattle area where she met and married her husband and once again focused on her original fiction, publishing one paranormal fantasy and four romance novels from 2008 to 2014. She plans to release the extended edition of book one of her paranormal fantasy, 'To Save a Soul', in the coming months, as well as 'Para', the prequel to the paranormal fantasy series (The Soul Cycle). Other projects include her young adult fiction series, Changing Scenes, her epic fantasy, Resurrected Honor, and her first romantic comedy, The Dating Formula.

King has dedicated herself to writing true-to-life characters, be they villain or hero, so readers can experience life and its many passions. All her stories focus on faith, honor, and the importance of communication and trust in our relationships.

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Review by: Jodimcee on June 04, 2015 :
Just awesome.
(review of free book)

Review by: Crystal Dawn on April 03, 2013 :
This book is a little different from those I have previously read by this author. It is a little more reflective. I still enjoyed it and found it well worth reading.
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