Power of Love

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Attorney Chase Manning suspected Maris Montague wasn’t who she claimed to be, he sensed it, the moment he hired her. Lilly slowly revealed the dark twisted secrets of her past. Then they found her. She fled with her son. Had she lost Oliver’s only hope? They were the family he longed to have. To Lilly, he was a tender love that she hadn’t know existed Time had run out on the trial, and love. More
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About Willow Fae von Wicken

Willow Fae has travelled overseas exploring and embracing inspirations for her novels. Being nurtured in magic her entire life, she brings together enchanting worlds of unique, unforgettable beings, who brave obstacles of great peril, to maintain balance in the world.

A college instructor by profession, she has been an online writer for many years, with over 4 million readers. Writing since she could hold a pen, she decided to share her novels with readers who love to escape to celestial worlds.

In Willow Fae’s novels, good and evil aren’t always a simple matter of right and wrong, bad luck is the trip to being lucky, and consequences and misfortune are the elements to survival.

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Review by: 4LoveofBooks on Feb. 24, 2015 :
I thought this book was sort of sad and exciting, and at times it made me laugh. I couldn't put it down once I started reading, and read straight into the late night hours. It's nice to see some authors offer their novels for free. :)
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Review by: hrhsophia on Feb. 18, 2015 :
I had to work really hard to get through this but not a bad read.
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Review by: Jelena Miljkovic on Feb. 6, 2015 :
It's sooooooo frustrating to read! There's no natural flow to the story, conversations (although very detailed) seem forced, inconsistencies are everywhere, the sentiment the author is trying to convey is not getting through, misspelled words pop up at most inconvenient places ("patients" instead of "patience" is the first thing that comes to mind. It's not even pronounced the same, for Pete's sake!!)... There's just so much that is wrong with this novel, least of which is statement sentences ending with question marks. And I hate those!
Just to give you a clue how difficult it is to read this - I'm well into day two of reading this and I got as far as page 75 out of 288. I should've been done with it within a day, less if the book really captured my attention and I couldn't bring myself to stop reading. As it is I'm just over a quarter of the story in and I had to stop multiple times just so I could vent my frustrations. The possibility of giving up on it is still in play, no matter how much I'd like to see the villain defeated at the end. It might me the only redeeming quality of the book; the premise, although not innovative, is still interesting enough to warrant prolonged suffering required to complete this work (at least for now).
It really wasn't my intention to sound harsh, I wasn't even sure I could rate it yesterday, but I just couldn't keep the irritation in any more.
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