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Love, Honor, & Consequence

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Matthew Sterling is a man on the way up. As Assistant City Manager in the Wasatch Range community of Snowy Ridge, and a law school graduate, the 21st century looks promising, especially when a beautiful Ph.D genetic biology candidate, Kasia Somerset, reaches in and grabs his heart.

Returning to New York on family business Matt discovers the historic journal of Major Andrew
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Kindle Edition, 260 pages
Published May 18th 2011 by Pegasus Publishing
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Bluejay44
May 27, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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An excellent read. I was drawn in immediately to the story of Matt and Kasia and the way their relationship developed. Also the parallel story of Matt's ancestor Major Andrew McBride that comes to light. Both have to face enormous challenges in their lives regarding fairness, integrity, and justice. When public opinion turns on them, they need to draw on their personal strength, support of their families and for Matt and Kasia on their spiritual faith.
There are other strong characters in the no
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Matt Kelland
Mar 21, 2012 rated it it was ok
Both these books were unsatisfying. By which I mean that the book has two stories in: one set in the 1770s and one in the modern era. Either would have been perfectly readable standing alone, but when melded together, both felt too light.

I didn't like the ending of the modern story at all.
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it was ok. it was a book to read when i had nothing else to do. It did not make me "Have" to read it.
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Passed away November 14th, 2012. He was 69.

Gordon Ryan was a writer with a varied history. He lived and worked in six foreign nations and a dozen or more states, including Alaska. He served in the 1st Recon Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps in the aftermath of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and in the Air Force in Thailand during the Vietnam War. He also served as a member of the American Embassy staff in D
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