The Rise Jaime Lorie Goza

ISBN: 9781495948695

Published: February 15th 2014


380 pages


The Rise  by  Jaime Lorie Goza

The Rise by Jaime Lorie Goza
February 15th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 380 pages | ISBN: 9781495948695 | 10.23 Mb

Alysa Devlin started her life in a small town, grew up in a normal family. Well, maybe her parents are much stricter than her friends parents but her childhood was one full of love. Now she is only a few weeks away from turning eighteen, although she has not made any plans for her future previously, her boyfriend asks her to join him in his plans for the future. An accident lands Alysa in the hospital where a gorgeous stranger changes everything in her life. The stranger perplexes her, as his appearance has everyone acting differently.

His constant attention to her has her confused. Until a secret comes out that changes everything. Her boyfriend and best friend cant handle the changes in her, as they are left in the dark. They believe that she might need help to get away from what is happening to her. Her life is turned upside down. She finds that nothing is in her control. Her life is not really hers anymore. Alysa struggles to fit into the new life, as it is completely foreign to her.

In the end, she must accept her fate, as strange as it may be. A tale of legendary proportion is told in the voice of a young woman as she learns about romance, love and heart ache, then experiences action, adventure and conquests, all with a twist of humor. Her journey will become a legend.

This is the first book in a series. The Rise introduces the people that will take over your imagination. This is a story that has never been told before, although legends have been told in practically every country, as far back as the ancient Egyptians to the Native Americans. There are even accounts reported to this very day. New author, Jaime Lorie Goza, brings the reader into a world that is ancient yet still exists to this day.

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