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Jacqueline Michelle Brown Ramirez-Martinez
Like a wet blanket, it spelt through the land. Without warning, the heavy rain batters the surface, and it claim lives and homes. The river erupted into turbulence, all the way through the Indian town. Horrifying, and it came up and snatches the kids and folks that couldn’t swim, and they all were drowning, and blaring for their lives.
Collins is a Billionaire, but his lost of his parents, even if he was in mixed feelings with his father, he loves them dearly. Sallow Oak, set him beyond the desire to, and searches the deep hearted fidelity of his family. His name is Chayanne, he glances up at him, opposite to that of a white man, he was run by with the unlike side. “Man should never lie, he quoted.” Wealth means nothing here, and truly Indians they believes that the river began, and external unconscious flowing with all memories of the past. At last he was satisfied, for the first time in his life. Solely, she took prize of his heart and desires, “but what would they say?"
Book, dedicated too to a special Russian Billionaire, and Eusebio Ramirez-Martinez (ex-spouse), his nickname also is, "Chayanne," even though the Indian as my character, is a older man who dances about the death of the dead folks and the river.
Copyright Lulu (Standard Copyright License)
Edition 1st Edition
Publisher Jacqueline Michelle Brown Ramirez-Martinez
Published April 16, 2010
Binding Hardcover (dust-jacket)
Interior Ink Black & white
Weight 0.51 lbs.
Dimensions (inches) 6.0 wide × 9.0 tall