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Love Never Dies (Virtue Falls, #2.5)
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Frank describes his feeling the first time Areila Leon enters the park as “A vibration not unlike the dramatic, opening chord on a Spanish guitar.” Have you ever felt that type of instant connection to another person?


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Frank blames himself for his failure to save a woman’s life before he was killed. Have you ever felt helpless and unable to save someone from a terrible situation? What would you have done differently if given the chance?


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When Frank tells Areila about how he was killed, she offers to help him, and he says "You have helped. You allowed me to tell my story." When something terrible happens to you, do you feel better if you share it with someone? Do you have a regular confidante?


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Areila seizes the opportunity to defeat the killer by using the weapon at hand — a shovel. Her quick thinking saves her own life and undoubtedly the lives of others. Yet many who face such violence are paralyzed by fear. Do you believe in the right circumstances you could also use whatever resources you have to fight for your life and the lives of others?


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When Areila triumphs, Frank says, "You fought like a woman. You fought like a warrior." Do you believe a man of the early twentieth century would ever think/speak such a sentiment? What do you think of the changes in society in the last seventy years?


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Frank Vincent said, "Her fingers closed around mine, warm, vibrant, alive in a way I could never have hoped or imagined. At last, at long last, I was able to step beyond the bounds of my prison and into her arms. Love had freed me." Do you believe that love between two partners never dies, or is that simply a romantic affectation? Do you share or have hopes of sharing such a love?


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