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Chrysalis

Chrysalis June Paige Fuller can trace her family back to the Pilgrims But as Paige awaits the arrival of Morgan Cahill Harvard sports idol her impressive lineage is the last thing on her mind Despite he

  • Title: Chrysalis
  • Author: Kevin V. Symmons
  • ISBN: 9781509202447
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • June, 2001 Paige Fuller can trace her family back to the Pilgrims But as Paige awaits the arrival of Morgan Cahill, Harvard sports idol, her impressive lineage is the last thing on her mind Despite her talent and accomplishments all she feels is fear Paige has been secretly in love with Morgan for years, but a hellish year has destroyed her self confidence She s certaJune, 2001 Paige Fuller can trace her family back to the Pilgrims But as Paige awaits the arrival of Morgan Cahill, Harvard sports idol, her impressive lineage is the last thing on her mind Despite her talent and accomplishments all she feels is fear Paige has been secretly in love with Morgan for years, but a hellish year has destroyed her self confidence She s certain Morgan will find her dull To her delight Morgan finds her shy innocence appealing Love grows but storm clouds are gathering America will suffer a terrorist attack where 2996 will die One of them Morgan s father But the future holds terror Two convicts one seeking forgiveness and the other brutal revenge will invade the couple s lives Soon destiny will bring them together a terrifying rendezvous that may cost Paige her life

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    About "Kevin V. Symmons"

    1. Kevin V. Symmons

      Kevin has a BS and an MBA He has attended the prestigious New England Conservatory of Music and studied in France After a successful career in business management and consulting, he returned to his first love writing His first novel, a spell binding paranormal romance titled Rite of Passage is set in the chaotic period after World War II It s received dozens of great reviews and was a RomCon Reader s Crown Finalist for 2013 His latest effort is a contemporary romantic thriller set near his Cape Cod home, titled Out of the Storm Like his first novel, it is an Best Seller and received many 5 star reviews Solo , an intense and ambitious women s fiction work, has just been released from The Wild Rose Press, his award winning publisher It explores the devastating effects of privation and domestic violence on the beautiful and extraordinarily talented young heroine.

    260 Comments

    1. I won this book in a giveaway.This is a pleasant story of a gifted young girl who has suffered a disabling accident As the story progresses, the reader sees her emerge from her chrysalis to the lovely, strong young woman she becomes Woven in the story is a romance with a young man and a dangerous threat from a villain All in all, a busy plot.This book is clearly intended for the young female reader and it seems to have all the elements that demographic would enjoy It is clean and presents the co [...]


    2. Kevin Symmons engages the reader from the first moment Paige is on an unanticipated journey to discover a person she only imagined Her chrysalis carries the reader thru twists and turns that keep the pages turning until at last the beautiful butterfly emerges Mr Symmons adeptly creates a plot which ties characters together in a way that even the most avid reader cannot predict It s not your typical coming of age story, but instead a beautiful, suspenseful tale of a young girl who will take you o [...]


    3. Received free through GoodReads First Reads thank you.Enjoyable book following the transition of a young girl from troubled childhood to first love with a crime threat I wasn t sure whether this was meant for older teens but either way it was readable Was slightly put off by the cover which seemed to indicate it was an equestrian based story line but this wasn t the case.


    4. I am reviewing this book based on an ARC received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest opinion.This was a nice book to read It was not all that memorable but it was an enjoyable read nevertheless I would recommend this author.


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