cathy m


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  • The Queen's Boudoir, memoirs of a Lightworker (Book 2 of the Queen's Saga) on May 10, 2013

    Paula Liebe´s, Book Two (Boudoir) of The Queen´s Trilogy is so compelling it is difficult to put down! Layer upon layer of human experiences peel away as Paula continues to write about all aspects of her life in a courageous, open and soul searching manner. Travels to Holland, Mexico, Peru, reveal childhood abuse, sexual adventures, business deals, and spiritual awakenings. The naked truth pulls the reader in and won´t let you go. I am reading the trilogy in order but one could start with any book. Indeed, an autobiographical book to get lost in, yet one that challenges you to look at your own life as well as wonder how much courage and strength the author had to share her life reflections with the reader!
  • The Queen's Escape, memoirs of a Lightworker (Book 1 of The Queen's Saga) on June 09, 2013

    You won´t be able to put down this first book of The Queen´s Trilogy! You will be drawn into Paula´s memoir like no other. Her life story begins to emerge with her arrival in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Her adventures (which are many and varied), are shared in a unique, clear and articulate writing style. Reading The Queen´s Escape introduces you to a most fascinating, alive, courageous and honest woman. You will want to be on a Carribean beach while reading this book. Make sure you have Book Two of The Queen´s Trilogy by your side to continue Paula´s memoir!
  • The Queen's Destiny, memoirs of a Lightworker (Book 3 of The Queen's Saga) on June 09, 2013

    You will find yourself rejoicing with Paula after reading Book Three of The Queen´s Trilogy. You will rejoice when she finds true love and marvel at her knowledge and dreams. This book reveals a woman who truly has found her life´s purpose and direction. While still sharing many of her struggles and triumphs, you see Paula´s spirit overcome obscales one can only imagine. You will not want this book to end. I waited a week or so to finish it when I had a hundred pages to go. I just did not want Paula´s memoirs to end. The last chapter and epilogue are most powerful and just leaving you wanting more.