Sing (Songs of Submission #7) by C.D. Reiss

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~*~*~*~SYNOPSIS~*~*~*~

This is the last book in the series.

Take my hand, my love.
On sinews of air we tread
Aught but distance our guide
With no tempo to our gait
No endpoint drawn
Neither plot nor plan
By the thorns of a compass rose
We bound toward the horizon

ebook, 166 page
Expected publication: October 7th 2013 by eXcessica Publishing
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Silvana's Review
**ARC courtesy of the publisher, eXcessica Publishing, via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**
5 AMAZING SAD TO SEE IT END STARS!
WOW what a wonderful journey it has been reading this brilliant series, I read this book with a mixture of hate and love!
I hate that the journey with Jonathan has come to an end, but loved every moment of it.
CD Reiss has a way of spinning a tale that enthralls the reader, the connection I felt with the characters was so strong. I read the book in one sitting and when I got closer to the end, I wanted to stop reading as I didn’t want it to end. The characters’ growth was evident here, Monica and Jonathan’s devotion to each other was so heart warming.
Let me tell you that if you did not read this series, you are missing out severely.
I do have  a tendency to ramble on and on about books I love and give many things away as my reading buddies know, I make no apologies for it!! However I will not spoil this book for others. All I can say AGAIN AND AGAIN if you HAVEN’T READ THIS SERIES YET, YOU ARE MISSING OUT!
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  1. Pingback: “God,’ he said, ‘I have to have you.’ ‘Take me. Own me. Use me. Pick a verb. Just please.’ C.D. Reiss – Songs of Submission Series | Curious Kindle Reader

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