Kaleidoscope Hearts: Eight Chances to Fall in Love

 Eight Chances to fall in love...

Around every corner and even right in front of you, love is spinning fabulous stories.

A young couple finding each other after a tragedy. Newlyweds celebrating that first Valentine’s Day as man and wife. The man who can’t stop reliving that first day with his true love, who would rather stop the world from turning than lose her.

Love comes from our dreams: teenage dragons who think one dance is all they’ll ever have, elves falling for a pair of shoes, a witch discovering magic with a flick of her fingers, or a summer fairy braving the frozen cold to find true love.

And love comes from the truth of finding our soulmates in the most unexpected of places and times.

Just like a kaleidoscope, every shade and shape of love is imprinted on our hearts. Maybe you’ll find a few of those stories of love in this book?

Andi Lawrencovna, Linda Boulanger ,Grace Augustine, Edward Buatois , Jennifer Daniels , Hope Daniels , T.M. Payne , Karen Vaughan

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Publisher
T.M. Payne
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Published on
Feb 14, 2019
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Pages
105
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
Fiction / Romance / General
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