A Georgia Love Story

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 23, 2010 - Fiction - 175 pages
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Chance often brings two people together, but it can also tear them apart. In Latasha Dyer’s romance novel A Georgia Love Story, fate plays a large role in bringing Freddie and Etta Mae together; however, it also has something else in store for them. As luck would have it, a rather unpleasant surprise awaits the couple – a revelation so shocking it may just be the thing that breaks them apart. Is their love strong enough to withstand this test? Can it conquer all? Find out in the emotional and heart-warming conclusion of A Georgia Love Story.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Freddie Meets Etta Mae
11
Two of a Kind
18
The Morning After
27
Freddies Confrontation with Big Joe
32
A New Day
35
A Proposal to Remember
37
Lady in Red
40
The Power of Forgiveness
97
Disappearing and Reappearing Acts
101
A Rollerskating Party
108
Etta Maes Competition
116
An Indecent Proposal
119
The Truth about John Michael
126
Red Roses
133
The Flip Side of Fate
136

Dare to Trust
46
The Visit
48
Sneaking Around
52
Fired Up
55
Stuck between a Rock in a Hard Place
64
Drunk Busted and Disgusted
67
A Pimp a Liar and a Snake
75
Sweet Old John Michael
78
Sweet Surrender
85
At Club Discotheque
89
Lakeside Blues
93
Down in the Dumps
95
The Start of New Beginnings
146
John Michaels New Woman
148
The Love Letter
151
Reunited with Love
153
The Gift of Friendship
155
Wedding Bell Blues
158
Sand Castles under the Sun
160
The Uninvited Guest
162
A Romantic Stroll on the Beach
168
A Prophetic Revelation
170
Voices in the Night
173
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Latasha Dyer (born on May 9, 1977) in Camden, New Jersey as Latasha Andrews discovered her passion for writing at an early age. During her childhood she spent her spare time writing short, romantic and dramatic stories. As an adult she realized that writing was more than a just a passion; for it would become a part of her life; for she continues until this day to write in her spare time and finds pleasure in doing so.

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