Of Love and Vengeance

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Love is a powerful thing, not just between lovers, but also between friends. The desire for vengeance can be even stronger. Draco is about to experience this first hand. When duty compels him to avenge the death of his best friend, it becomes his primary obsession. How will this obsession affect his relationship with his new wife? Will Draco and Julia be ripped apart by his desire for vengeance? More
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About Roger Laird

Roger Laird is a first time novel writer. He is a husband and a father to four wonderful children. He has been writing poetry and short stories for many years. The basis of his first novel series stems from his high school writing years,but was mostly worked on in the creative stage over time. He began writing his first novel,Legacy: Beginnings on a regular basis in January of 2011 and just finished writing it in July of 2011.

Roger was a Machinist who programmed and setup CNC Lathes and Mills for a living. He had 11 years of experience with machining,but lost his career when the economy crashed in December of 2008. Instead of trying to find work in a suffering field,he decided to return to school to study Psychology. He earned his AA in Social Sciences from College of the Sequoias in Visalia,CA in May of 2011. He is currently attending California State University,Fresno in pursuit of a BA in Psychology.

He loves spending time with his family. They enjoy trips to the beach,camping,attending amusement parks,and hiking outdoors. Roger and his wife also enjoy taking artistic photographs for fun. They have been happily married for five years and are looking forward to the future. If you wish to contact the author please write him at RogerLairdWriting@gmail.com

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Review by: Nick Angelis on Sep. 18, 2012 :
Since plays are a bit of a novelty here at Smashwords, I thought I'd snoop around and see what everyone else is writing about (for free at least: I have some skits on here but they're embarrassingly expensive). I was pleasantly surprised by "Of Love and Vengeance". The best part about this play is that, despite its Shakespearean flair, it could be realistically acted by a small cast with very few props needed. Get some tights and a sword and you'll be all set.
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