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“Outstanding, sophisticated, and mesmerizing…a spiritual intrigue similar to Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code.” —ForeWord Clarion Reviews https://www.forewordreviews.com/revie...Peace Corps volunteer Sarah Freedman wasn't looking for love when she moved to Cameroon, but a chance encounter with a traveling Frenchman leaves her tormented and confused. Her unfounded feelings cou“Outstanding, sophisticated, and mesmerizing…a spiritual intrigue similar to Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code.” —ForeWord Clarion Reviews https://www.forewordreviews.com/revie...Peace Corps volunteer Sarah Freedman wasn't looking for love when she moved to Cameroon, but a chance encounter with a traveling Frenchman leaves her tormented and confused. Her unfounded feelings coupled with strange dreams, an ancient book, and cultural superstitions lead her to Southern France to see this Daniel Lumiel again. There, a romance starts brewing, and Sarah falls in love like she has never fallen before. She stays with him at his beach house in the French Riviera, but when Daniel goes away for a few days, Sarah takes a solo trip to Paris where she discovers that he is an alchemist entangled with darkness. Unable to reverse her feelings, or let him go, she becomes a love warrior in her new found relationship with evil. A brilliant plot between cultures, beliefs, angels and demons spins a religious assumption on its head and makes this international suspense novel extraordinary....

Title : Love Evil: To whom my heart falls prey
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ISBN : 29932623
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 599 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Love Evil: To whom my heart falls prey Reviews

  • Pete Franc
    2019-04-18 19:49

    I am a very intense reader if a story captivates me I can't put the book down, From the beginning Sarah's personality came across to me as someone I could relate to, the way she felt about people, her need to help and make their lives better, and the way she gave her whole mind and heart in a relationship. I particularly love the way Wendy writes about other countries with the detailed description of customs and beliefs that are so different than the way we live in the States, her description of the superstitions that part of everyday life, the houses and the foods that everyday people in poor countries live with. Having lived abroad myself as I was reading this book, it reminded me of a life I long ago left behind. I don't want to tell to much and ruin it for anyone who has not read it, but the story kept me gripped and held me there up to the last sentence. Looking forward to Wendy's next book. Would love to see Sarah again in a future book too!Peter Franc

  • Leonardo Jaramillo
    2019-04-09 19:35

    A great book for teens. I really loved all the adventure, and the message is really good too. It's about a girl and her search for love.