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For Every Love That Dies


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For Every Love That Dies
by Peggy E. Spiller



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    List Price: $15.00 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 432
    ISBN13: 9780966010893
    Imprint: IHC Books
    Publisher: IHC Books
    Parent Company: IHC Books

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    Wedged between life’s moments of grief, heartache and pain are precious moments of humor, happiness and love. These moments foster encouragement, optimism and hope. For Every Love That Dies is a remarkable reminder of the hope we all have, but don’t always realize it. Lauren Spellman’s passion for love, marriage and life has all but dried up—only she doesn’t know it. When she embarks on an early morning excursion in search of the thing she doesn’t even realize she’s lost, she is completely unprepared for the bizarre events that follow. In the space of an hour, she is flustered by a clairvoyant saxophonist, traumatized by a fatal apartment fire and subjected to not one, but two near-death experiences. Then the bottom really drops out and her life continues in a wicked downward spiral. Young, virile and drop-dead gorgeous, Landry Michaelson’s life revolves around his career until it is threatened. Lauren and Landry are brought together by loss. For a while it looks as though neither will survive. But they each manage to use life’s difficult moments to catapult them through the worst of human misery into the outstretched arms of life’s best.

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