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Satan's Bargain

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How many of us have wondered what we would do it if offered the opportunity to live our life over with the benefit of hindsight? Our protagonist is given this choice one dark night by none other than Satan a who appears in the form of a beautiful woman. a A classy blend of mephistophelean drama and southern family saga thata s impossible to put down.a Kurt Palomaki, ...more
Paperback, 426 pages
Published January 10th 2007 by Booksurge Publishing (first published May 26th 2005)
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Sep 20, 2011 Wendy Dingwall rated it really liked it
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Mar 02, 2009 Caitlyn rated it it was amazing
This book is based on a very interesting concept, one that will get you thinking about new possibilities, and depending on what you believe, could challenge your personal take on nurture vs. nature.

Bart Bare has taken a seldom questioned fact, that Satan is a man, and spun it on its ear, portraying Satan as a woman. A beautiful, sexy woman who comes to the main character, John Everson, and proposes a deal; she'll let him live his life over, starting at whatever point he chooses.

The opening line,
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