Once & Forever

Once & Forever

Book 3
Stella May
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The Lovers is Book Three of the family saga Once & Forever.

For eighteen years, Natasha hides from the Rostoff clan. After the death of Elizabeth, the matriarch of the Rostoff family, the old secret that torn this family apart years ago came back to hunt the third generation of Rostoffs. Kat & Peter must uncover the truth to bring their family together again.

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Born in former USSR, Stella May immigrated to the United States in 1991. She graduated with the highest honors from the Music Academy in Baku and earned her Master's Degree. A resident of Saint Johns, Florida, she is a part owner of a family real estate business along with her husband and son.

Author of the poetry, novellas, and plays (since 1978). Family saga Once & Forever is her first full-length novel (in three separate parts). She first started to work on this manuscript in 1998 that represents 20 years of hard work to bring this dramatic story to life.

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Publisher
Stella May
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Published on
Jun 12, 2018
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Pages
345
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Life Stages / Later Years
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