Our Precious Bond

Geneva hadn't planned on falling in love that night. She feels a strange vibration circling the space, "as if a wind had blown in with him and hadn’t yet settled." Our Precious Bond is an exquisitely written story of secret love, twin sisterhood, enduring family traditions -- all wrapped in an absorbing narrative just waiting to be made into a major motion picture. Seriously, it is that good. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781370166855
About Marlene Cheng

"I'm a book drunkard."
“A person who publishes a book willfully appears before the populace with his pants down.” – Edna St. Vincent Millay.
I was born on the Canadian prairies and grew up during the settling of the dust from the 2nd World War. I fell in love with the books in the cupboard (the library) of a one-room school house and carried that love in my book sack through many careers. However, it took the diagnosis of a terminal illness to bring me to my senses and to my passion.
I, now, spend my days and a lot of nights rearranging 26 letters of the alphabet – they call it writing.
I prefer to write Fiction, Romance, Contemporary, but I read eclectically. L.M. Montgomery describes me to a T: “I am simply a book drunkard.”
My fictional characters are great truth teachers: they help me get to know myself; they help me accept who I am.
They tell me that I’m a little odd and a lot imperfect, and they push me to be interesting.
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Our Precious Bond
Geneva hadn’t planned on falling in love that night. But when the big, handsome, professional hockey player, known only as Y, arrives in her Vancouver Emergency Room with a leg injury, Geneva – the ER physician on duty – feels a strange vibration circling the space, “as if a wind had blown in with him and hadn’t yet settled.” Thus, begins Our Precious Bond – an exquisitely written story.

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