Caramelle: There’s No Place Like Home
by Stephanie Renee Bell
Publication Date: Aug 18, 2012
List Price: $19.95
Format: Paperback, 394 pages
Publisher: On-Demand Publishing LLC
Parent Company: Amazon.com, Inc.
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The beginning of the Caramelle trilogy. 150 years in the life of a family. Generational curses. Strongholds. History repeating itself. Will a young woman and her family in modern times be delivered from a downward spiral of sin and degradation? 20 year-old Stephanie Renee Bell, author of this trilogy, takes you on a gripping journey filled with vividly-detailed, intense, unforgettable characters painted in lush imagery, masterfully woven through the vast tapestry of time Prologue It was another warm, sunny day of 1851 in Birmingham, Alabama; a region well-known for its muggy, summer climate. The hospitable natives were more than accustomed to Alabama’s atmospheric conditions, and found the good points of that particular time of year in which to take pride. Vivid flowers graced the earth in full bloom, crops prospered, and the famous rolling hills of the Old South carried tall trees tinted with a rich forest green. Despite the at times unpleasant heat, the Southerners took advantage of summertime to hold grand parties and get-togethers in majestic mansions, where gentleman dressed in coats and tails while ladies sported fashionable hoop dresses and large, feathered hats of all sorts of colors and designs. Children would laugh and play tag outside as their fathers and mothers socialized in the shade with freshly-squeezed lemonade, and the youth would behave much as they do today—young men looking for a young lady to court, and the young ladies giddy at the thought of having their first beaux. This particular day, a luncheon was being held at the home of the prestigious and esteemed Taylor family, where games of croquet, dancing, music and of course, extra Southern hospitality by way of cooking inhabited the list of features… The saga continues in: "Caramelle: Metamorphosis" "Caramelle: Eternal Hope" She also penned "Second Wind", a young adult romance novel about a dancer She left an array of information about herself at www.myspace.com/nitelyte
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