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After 11 years of marriage Ivy Jones-Miller is force to file for a divorce from her childhood sweetheart Raymond Miller. Before the documents are filed at the courthouse her husband is killed in an automobile accident. Through the love and dedication of her friends, Ivy is able to survive the turmoil and scrutiny forced upon her by her late husband's family after his untim After 11 years of marriage Ivy Jones-Miller is force to file for a divorce from her childhood sweetheart Raymond Miller.
Through the love and dedication of her friends, Ivy is able to survive the turmoil and scrutiny forced upon her by her late husband's family after his untimely death. Each woman tackle trials and tribulations and winning against all odds though their faith in God and love and devotion of friendship. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 16, OOSA rated it it was amazing. First Loves Ivy Jones and Raymond T. Miller met when his family moved next door. As children, it was obvious that there was a connection. With all of the skeptics being vocal it's clear that they didn't expect anything more than a mere puppy love.
Anna, a spiteful, hateful church going woman. Pete, jealous of his younger brother. Lisa caught between loving her family and falling in love.
Ivy coming from a family of pastors and believers knew that faith in God heals all wounds. Including drugs, First Loves Including drugs, infidelity, debt, and anger. When Ivy stops hiding and allows her dream team of family and friends to join her in her fight even in the mist of pain things seem better. Change : A person undergoes a dramatic transformation. Lure : A person must decide whether to give in to temptation, revenge, rage, or some other passion.
He grows from discovering things about himself. Race : Characters chase wealth or fame but must overcome others to succeed. Gift : An ordinary person sacrifices to aid someone else. The lead may not be aware of his own heroism until he rises to the occasion.
Regardless which basic plot you choose, your goal should be to grab your reader by the throat from the get-go and never let go. Ask yourself two questions: Is your story idea weighty enough to warrant 75, to , words, and Is it powerful enough to hold the reader to the end? I immersed myself in this book in the s, and my writing has never been the same.
For a thriller it might be a life or death situation. In a romance novel, it could mean a young woman must decide between two equally qualified suitors—and then her choice is revealed a disaster. The trouble is seen in an entirely different light once a reader is invested in the character.
Everything your character does to try to get out of that trouble makes it only worse…. Every complication must be logical not the result of coincidence , and things must grow progressively worse. Make your predicament so hopeless that it forces your lead to take action, to use every new muscle and technique gained from facing a book full of obstacles to become heroic and prove that things only appeared beyond repair.
Average rating 4. When countries organized foreign delegations to conduct political business, seers would typically be part of the negotiating team. The Orthodox rabbi asks, "What is this Moses feels unworthy to accept such a huge responsibility, believes he does not speak well, thinks Pharaoh will pay no heed, and desires assistance. But because of the secret not being told that caused the divorce, people form there own opinions about Preston and Cheri actions which sounds muc Preston Owens, a Baptist minister, divorces his wife of twelve years not revealing to his congregation or family the true reason why. Chapter 4. Beware These Deadly Plot Killers Beginning with chapter one, page one, your singular mission is to make every word count.
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These are important, certainly, and must be woven into the narrative as seasoning. By the end of the first page, they should be hooked.
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