Aftershock

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An agent for the Afterworld’s Bureau of Investigation, Ben Parker spent decades undercover on earth, searching for the wife he left behind when he died. Just when he decides to give up hope, and move on with his existence, he learns his soul mate was found. Now, reviewing her case file, he understands what she endured those years without him. More
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About Sandy Goldsworthy

Sandy Goldsworthy was raised in a small Wisconsin town. Her passion for writing began when her high school English teacher inspired her to be more descriptive in her work. Today, Sandy is writing the second book in the Afterworld Saga. When she's not writing, Sandy enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

Sandy signed Aftermath--her first novel, with Clean Teen Publishing in 2014.

About the Series: The Afterworld Saga
When high school student Emma meets immortal secret agent Ben, their hunt for a deadly criminal may thwart their undying romance… An "exciting" paranormal story (School Library Journal).

After losing her father, Emma Bennett moves to her aunt’s small town of Westport to finish out her senior year. While trying to forget the pain and loss of the past few weeks, Emma finds comfort in the company of Ben Parker—a local boy who she has an uncanny connection. Emma wants nothing more than to explore her otherworldly attraction for Ben, but he seems to mysteriously disappear at times when she needs him the most. When the town’s bad boy and hottest flirt—Lucas Crandon—begins vying for Emma’s affection, she finds herself torn between Lucas who’s always around and Ben who’s not. It doesn’t take long for Emma to realize that a love triangle is the least of her problems. There’s something much more sinister at play in Westport and Emma seems to be smack-dab in the middle of it.

When lives are at stake and immortals are on the loose, can two soul mates find their happy ever after?

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Review by: Juanita Davis-King on Nov. 3, 2014 :
Aftershock is entertaining. Once I started reading it, I didn't want to stop, because Ben Parker's character is so engaging, likeable, and fleshed out, as are the others. The story is lovely: gentle, spirited and engaging, about returning from the afterlife. The narrative and dialog is very good. Can't wait till the novel is available in December 2014. I would recommend this book, because the story and the writing are well done. Thanks!
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