Hell Journey to Freedom

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He’s already changed his name, and when the kind, courageous woman he rescued offers to become his bride, he accepts despite the risks. This is haute couture, you know.” Granny turned to him and said, “THIS is not haute couture; THIS is prêt-à-porter,” and stormed out of the shop.) When she died, we divided up her clothing, and one of the pieces I chose was Marianne’s alligator purse. But I try to keep them minimal so that I don’t take readers out of the story as they try to read the dialog.

Pages: 158

Publisher: America Star Books (January 14, 2015)

ISBN: 1680905902

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