Seraphim

Seraphim Serafina Jones had an ordinary life until she met the new transfer student Michael Now her world s been turned upside down as she struggles to find her own identity as well as discover Michael s When

  • Title: Seraphim
  • Author: Rebecca Weinstein
  • ISBN: 2940011227028
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Nook
  • Serafina Jones had an ordinary life until she met the new transfer student, Michael Now her world s been turned upside down as she struggles to find her own identity as well as discover Michael s When tensions arise at home and around the country, Michael may be able to ease themor could he have been the cause To Serafina he seems so perfect, but could Michael reallySerafina Jones had an ordinary life until she met the new transfer student, Michael Now her world s been turned upside down as she struggles to find her own identity as well as discover Michael s When tensions arise at home and around the country, Michael may be able to ease themor could he have been the cause To Serafina he seems so perfect, but could Michael really be too good to be true

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      Published :2019-03-17T04:02:04+00:00


    About “Rebecca Weinstein

    • Rebecca Weinstein

      Rebecca is an author, painter, teacher, wife and mom She lives in central NJ with her family and two pesky rabbits She creates all of her cover artwork Rebecca enjoys reading and reviewing most genres, except nonfiction, poetry and most romance Her favorite genres are YA, horror, sci fi and fantasy.More about Rebecca and her works can be found at epublishingconsortium modu.on e B0050WSCQWsmashwords profile vie



    314 thoughts on “Seraphim

    • Seraphim is easily identified with, for anyone who has ever attended a Catholic high school. It is a piece of ethereal fiction that keeps you wondering. This is not a book that I wanted to see end. Kudos to the author.


    • Overall Feedback: Just as Rebecca took us on a ride with Nashoga, she does it again with this one. I was mesmerized from the first page to the last. You will enjoy every last drop of word pouring from the pages and be begging for more. This is a work that anyone can and should enjoy.Point of View: I was so wrapped in the story that I forgot I grade this but apparently there is not a problem as I could see no faults.Voice: Rebecca uses her "voice" as it were to drive home a story that cause the e [...]


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