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Charlie's Mission

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Charlie’s cut himself off from the pleasures of life. After all, he was a drug addict who killed his brother and doesn’t deserve them. He also believes he should have never gotten out of prison, but he did, and now every day he struggles to do penance for his crime, and working at a shelter for homeless men in Katrina-ravaged New Orleans is his way of doing it.

Devon is mys
Published May 20th 2012 by Amber Allure
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Mandy*reads obsessively*
This is a sweet read about redemption and self-forgiveness.
Charlie is a recovering addict working at a homeless Shelter, he is so entrenched in his guilt over his brothers death that he feels that what he has now, and existence is all he deserves.
One evening a mysterious man comes to the shelter and drops off a sick young man.
After that evening they keep in touch, even if Charlie is very conflicted about Devon, he thinks he might be a drug dealer or criminal of some sort, and that's the last
Thomaidha Papa
Jun 11, 2012 Thomaidha Papa rated it really liked it
4.5 Loved it.
Oh whoa! What a book. Lynn Lorenz’s novella was so my cup of tea. Very realistically written Charlie’s Mission had all the elements I love in a romance. A protagonist beaten from wrong choices, horrible mistakes, guilt, despair and self-punishment meets a dark, mysterious man that is so much more of what he seems and the battle of heart vs. mind.

Charlie is a self-loathing ex-addict. He is the reason for destroying his family and the murderer of his own brother. Or so he thinks of hi
Ryoma Gartre
3.5 stars

My only real complain was about the logistics of the sex *sigh* but oh well, overall I liked the book quite a lot, it was sweet and the characters were mature and strong.
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I’m from New Orleans, that’s N’awlins for those of you who speak the language. I grew up in the Riverbend, or Carrollton, for the old timers, but was a Quarter rat from the age of 11, taking 3 buses to go to art class on Burgundy Street at the Cabrini Doll Museum and NORD center. I attended Univers
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