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Honey Wine

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When Autumn finds a sexy, winged statue amongst her deceased uncle’s belongings, she thinks he’ll make a great decoration for her bedroom, as well as her solitary life. What she doesn’t expect is to wake up in the middle of the night and find her statue replaced by a living, breathing, gorgeous man made up of the four elements.

Gabriel’s been a statue for 500 years. He’s lo
Published January 25th 2012 by Purple Sword Publications
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Among the things August inherits from her uncle is a statue. Little does she know the stone figure has the ability to destroy the world.

August takes over her uncle's castle and begins to clean, tidy and clear out the junk to prepare the building for use as a bed and breakfast. A statue hidden in a corner of her uncle's study catches her fancy and she decides to keep this for herself and moves it to her bedroom where she cleans it. Thi
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If someone were to ask me what I am, it could be summed up in one, simple word: Dreamer. Ever since I was a small child my imagination has run wild. I have been telling stories for as long as I can remember, creating grand worlds in my head and going on adventures that were invisible to others around me. Am I eccentric? Yes. Am I proud of that? Absolutely.

I write about the things that inspire me,
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