All I Desire

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Adam Parsons thinks he knows exactly what he wants out of life. Working as a farrier in 18th century England does little to satisfy him. A dark ship comes into port and an unexpected opportunity arises to change life for himself and his love, Selena. Will Adam finally find all he desires or will he lose all that he already has?

2012 Fresh Ink Honorable Mention Winning Story
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Words: 4,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301170302
About Andrea Goodson

Andrea Goodson was born in 1982 and had a love of and fascination with writing since she was very young. Always imagining ways in which the world could be different, she began to write short stories when she was very young. It wasn't until many years later that she put pen to paper and began to work on what has become her first novel, Riverbend, part one in a trilogy. Upon completion of that work she found that writing was something she felt meant to do and would never be able to give up. Using her own experiences with hardship and tragedy, Andrea uses her writing to reach others in an effort to show the world that we need not be victims of circumstance. Her main characters endure many conflicts yet find the courage and strength to better themselves. .

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Review by: Ashley Hedden on June 29, 2016 :
I must start by saying that under normal circumstances, I am not a fan of books or stories about pirates. In saying that I loved this story. Andrea does an amazing job of pulling you into the story. This is a story about doing anything humanly possible for the person that you love. I loved this story and recommend it to anyone that likes stories about people who preserve love.
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Review by: Raj on June 01, 2013 :
I loved the book. I can't rate it anything less than 5 stars. I am a real bookworm. I seldom read short stories but I am glad I chose to read this. The protagonist developed considerably considering the length of the story. Though I wish Adam would have realized about the captain's plan in some other way.
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