Normally at age 25, a man has any prospect for the future. The protagonist of this story no. He is brutalized by the life he leads and everything seems futile, unnecessary and unhealthy. Receives an unexpected communication recruitment in the bank; reluctant, knowing his character, he starts to work, because even aware that a job in the bank is coveted by many of his peers. Can resist only a few days; gets sick and he takes a vacation in the near Sahara Desert. There, a series of tragicomic adventures reduce him dying. He returned to work battered, he resists this time only one day ...
High Priestess Naymar and her mentor Anim Taraya co-manage a mystical temple of healing hearts in northern Egypt, well over five thousand years ago. Lately, a strong foreboding has grown within the temple and all who live there feel it; the patrons have stopped coming and the temple population is distracted and far too quiet. The suspense ends however at the Full Moon, with the arrival of a young enemy soldier at their front gates. He pleads with the women to believe his recurring dream that foretells a harrowing fate, not only for the priestesses, but for nations as well. Will the women trust him enough to undertake the unthinkable in order to forestall catastrophe?
Kate Bennett isn't looking for love, but it shows up in a surprising and dramatic package. Matt Reynolds arrives on the scene with a flash of all-American heroism and treats Kate and her friends to a taste of excitement and beauty. When disaster strikes, Kate and her friends rally to support Matt. But will Kate be strong enough to give him the emotional support he really needs? This is a touching story of one man's search for love and stability in the face of a personal demon - epilepsy - and the joy and pain of loving unconditionally.
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