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The Rosaries

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Nnection to an ancient rosary with a mystical past When events around her start to spin out of control with lives in mortal danger Natalie is thrown on an emotional roller coaster It is only when she finally arrives in London and she encounters Melody Bennet a woma. Thoroughly enjoyedI have been pleasantly surprised by this book and it's predecessor The Book of Obeah I found myself wishing for a third installment Melody Mario Paul and several new characters find themselves in pulled together for the rosaries So many twists; definitely not predictable Really like the way the author wrapped everything up for these characters

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When she is offered the opportunity to exhibit her artwork in a prestigious gallery in London Natalie Sanders can't believe her luck As she prepares for her trip she is unaware that her movements are being followed by a mysterious man intent on finding Natalie's co. The story is too choppyThe book in the Kindle format jumps from one character's action to another without continuity I think it's written to be of a movie that changes scenes rather than a novel

Sandra Carrington-Smith Ò 0 summary

N whose life seemingly parallels her own that Natalie begins to understand a greater plan is unfolding As danger escalates Natalie and Melody must come together to fight unknown forces unraveling against them and fulfill their tasks as keepers of the sacred prophec. it was just okay the story wad choppy and the characters weren't very believable at times

  • Paperback
  • 316
  • The Rosaries
  • Sandra Carrington-Smith
  • English
  • 08 March 2019
  • 9780985555825

About the Author: Sandra Carrington-Smith

Sandra Carrington Smith is an Italian born author who relocated to the United States in the late 80’s after marrying a US soldier who was serving overseas Although writing was Sandra’s deepest passion since childhood her dream of becoming a published author had to be placed on hold for several years Moving to a new country provided several challenges the biggest one being the language barrier



8 thoughts on “The Rosaries

  1. says:

    I don't know how she does it There are alot of characters in this book and yet I feel like I know them all The author has a way of feeding you a million pieces and then seamlessly weaving them together This book is a great follow up to The Book of ObeahMost only focus on what seperates us spiritually rather than honing in on what connects us OliviaThis uote is one of my faves from this work It applies to than just spirituality it applies to all aspects of lifeI do recommend this read

  2. says:

    The story is too choppyThe book in the Kindle format jumps from one character's action to another without continuity I think it's written to be of a movie that changes scenes rather than a novel

  3. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyedI have been pleasantly surprised by this book and it's predecessor The Book of Obeah I found myself wishing for a third installment Melody Mario Paul and several new characters find themselves in pulled together for the rosaries So many twists; definitely not predictable Really like the way the author wrapped everything up for these characters

  4. says:

    The Rosaries is an unusual tale of love mystery and the supernatural It is a seuel and at times I found it confusing as I had not read the first book With locales in Louisiana and London the story centers around art and intriguing identity issues Not a bad read if you can overlook the formatting and punctuation issues

  5. says:

    The story line was good The writing was so bad in parts that I contemplated not finishing it I think the problem is that the author is not a native English speaker The first of the series had writing that made me cringe as well but the author clearly spent much time on the first one than the second I won't be reading the third book when it comes out

  6. says:

    it was just okay the story wad choppy and the characters weren't very believable at times

  7. says:

    It was a uick read Was ok but nothing special

  8. says:

    She it a good story teller

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