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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Three Against The World

Richard's house is broken into, he loses his job, is ditched by his gold-digging fiancée, and a daughter he didn't know he had is dumped on him by his ex-wife. Has Richard’s life become a disaster, or is fate offering him a chance to escape a lifestyle forced on him by his father? Will Richard find another love? Fourteen-year-old Maria knows her mother doesn’t want her, but can she believe her father does, or is she a burden he'd be happier without? Ben, a rescue centre dog adopted by Richard, supposedly doesn’t like children, but he likes Maria. The Jack Russell defends the girl, but will his life be forfeit and Richard jailed?

Three Against The World (Romance)
By Sarah Stuart
Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN # 978-1720541882
Price $7.50 (Paperback)
Price $2.99 (Kindle)
288 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

Shakespeare would have had a filed day with this story. It would almost be a comedy if it weren’t so tragic. Some people are just born unlucky, and as we meet poor Richard we find a man who isn’t having any luck in life. His home is burgled, he loses his job, and his only friend seems to be Ben, the dog he rescued from the shelter. To make matters worse a 14-year-old girl shows up on his doorstep claiming to be his daughter. Unwanted and unloved, she’s a teenager that needs help and understanding. Richard discovers that she’s not really his daughter, his ex-wife just told her he was her father, but he doesn’t have the heart to tell her. Instead, he cares for her and tries to help her while his own life is a shambles.

This was really a neat story, and I expected the twist at the end, but it still kept me turning the pages. Will Richard ever find romance, and live happily ever after? Read the book and find out. Highly recommended.

Ginger Johnson

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