Fall on Me

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Ferrell Tallman Pub., 2006 - Fiction - 296 pages
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Demen owns a successful magazine. She's business savvy, but makes poor choices in men. Her latest flame is Adam, a shallow, insecure musician who proves to be another bad choice. Her ex-boyfriend, Bob, pops back in the scene, and she's both delighted and weary. Demen questions what she really wants while tending to some friends in need. Dollar, her close friend, has returned from a road trip where he's been beaten by three guys, and she worries how it will affect him. Her best friend, Karyn, is in an abusive relationship, which leaves her feeling helpless in trying to support her. Patience is hard to come by with Karyn, but necessary. She sees Dollar in a new light when he defends her from an unwelcome pass with his newfound strength and maturity. She runs into Bob again, only this time she knows what she wants, and it's not him.

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2006)

Rowan Lore was born in Richmond, Virginia. She was raised in an average suburban, childhood life. From childhood her imagination was always overly active. As a teen she began to write often as it gave her a way to vent about the things around her. These early writings paved the way for her to one day realize her dream of becoming a published author. Her writing began as science-fiction short stories, essays, poems, and finally a full-length novel titled, Orange. Her second novel, Fall On Me, is the sequel to Orange. Other interests include singing, songwriting, playing guitar, building computers, graphic arts, creating and designing Web Sites, and of course, reading.What Rowan seeks in life is to find truth and meaning. She has an incredible sense of humor and is quite analytical. She has a never-ending list of her own theories and insights of the world, which plays quite nicely for the type of confident and passionate writer that she has become.

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