Ebony Arose

Ebony Arose
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Ebony Arose
by Vicky J. Siegrist

Ebony is told by her impoverished father and cruel brothers that she is unlovable. When her father threatens to kill her, she has no choice but to run away. With her dog, Scotty, she finds her way to Joel and Violet, a wealthy couple in California who treat her as if she’s their own daughter.

Ebony meets Nicholas, the love of her life, and hopes to marry him without anyone discovering her sordid history. But her wicked father isn’t through with her yet! Her adventures lead her to England, where Ebony finds more love, romance, and danger than she ever dreamed possible.

About the Author

Besides writing, Vicky owns and operates a special needs foster care home with her sister, Tracy. Vicky and her husband, Mike, love to fish, camp, hunt, and garden together. She has two children: Christopher, who owns a radio station, and Ann, who is an Occupational Therapist. Vicky spends her days with her granddaughter, Stephanie. They write, laugh, and have adventures together. She lives on a farm with her Maltese, Buttercup; two Pugs, Lexi and Lucy; two Shih Tzus, Pierre LaGrand and Addie, alias Bear Dog; and a fantastic mouser, Maxwell the cat. She loves life and feels she is truly blessed.

(2009, paperback, 110 pages)


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Reader Review for Ebony Arose
Reader Review for Ebony Arose
5.0 out of 5 stars ebony arose, June 21, 2009 By Ann Hoadley (Flint, Michigan)

this is a wonderful book you wont be able to put it down i read it three times and always finmd something new

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