Title: A Fortunate Love Author: Alexandra Vonn Website of Author: http:www.alexandravonn.com Website of Publisher: Self-published http:www.alexandravonn.com Genre: Romance Publication date: 2008 ISBN: 978-0-9821335-0-7 Length: 200 pages Reviewer: Lucille P Robinson http://www.lucilleperkinsrobinson.comAlternative-Read.com
How does a woman live day to day following advice from her fortune teller friend? Lynn Manning, Fortune and Sense, a new soap opera, star has no trouble believing and obeying what her psychic friend advises. This last oracle said find a one armed red turtle and marry him before your thirty-fifth birthday or die. It’s laughable, yet Lynn can’t take a chance on not following the plan. When Lynn is faced with accidents threatening her life, she hangs on to her future as told by the fortune teller. Superstitions battle common sense in the romantic tale covering two of soap opera’s newest stars. Will she be able to lay aside psychic readings for true love? Read the book.
There are many background details a reader may feel are unnecessary, yet despite this, the story will hold the readers’ attention from beginning to end. This story is guaranteed to provoke deep thought on the merits of fortune telling as a guide to living. Recommended highly for romance lovers everywhere.
Alexandra Vonn was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and has also lived in Merchantville, New Jersey, Annapolis, Maryland, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she graduated from Chatham College. She now resides in northern New Jersey. An avid baseball fan, she divides her free time between rooting for her beloved New York Yankees and waiting (and/or searching) for “Mr. You’ll Do.”
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