Lions and Tigers and Bears, OH MY!…Not in this book!

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I recently finished reading a book by a complete stranger I met in a Facebook Authors Group and became internet friends with. The book is Forever Disguised, Book Two in The Angelheart Saga by Annie Woods. I’ve never met Annie, however, we share our love of books, ideas on writing and publishing, & posts with each other. The internet can be an amazing vehicle to close the distance between those of us with similar goals and reading styles.

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Annie Woods does it again. 
Forever Disguised is another hard to put down story of love, adventure, and new adult issues with a dash of a fairytale prince.
No spoilers here. Sasha and Erica’s story continues in book two of The Angelheart Saga. Forever Disguised by Annie Woods picks up with a pregnant Erica mourning the loss of Sasha. With the help of Tyler, her friends, and family, she abandons her post-high school plans. Ever the strong heroine, she makes new plans to attain her degree while protecting her unborn heir.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh myno in Forever Disguised we find: mental illness-cutting, teen pregnancy, step-parenting, losing a loved one, coming out to parents, first year at college, royalty, the mob, a plot to overtake a monarchy, a cheating spouse, and more. No, I’m not exaggerating. It’s a keep you on the edge of your seat, closing the book in frustration, only to open it moments later desperately needing to see what happens next kind of love story.

Annie’s characters leap from the pages. She writes in a way that easily creates a lifelike world that surrounds you page after page.
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Published by haleyrhoadesauthor

Haley Rhoades’ writing is another bucket-list item coming to fruition, just like meeting Stephen Tyler and skydiving. As she continues to write romance and young adult books, she plans to complete her remaining bucket-list items, including ghost-hunting, storm-chasing, and bungee jumping. She is a Netflix-binging, Converse-wearing, avidly-reading, traveling geek. A team player, Haley thrived as her spouse’s career moved the family of four eight times to three states. One move occurred eleven days after a C-section. Now with two adult sons, Haley copes with her newly emptied nest by writing and spoiling Nala, her Pomsky. A fly on the wall might laugh as she talks aloud to her fur-baby all day long. Haley’s under five-foot, fun-size stature houses a full-size attitude. Her uber-competitiveness in all things entertains, frustrates, and challenges family and friends. Not one to shy away from a dare, she faces the consequences of a lost bet no matter the humiliation. Her fierce loyalty extends from family, to friends, to sports teams. Haley’s guilty pleasures are Lifetime and Hallmark movies. Her other loves include all things peanut butter, Star Wars, mathematics, and travel. Past day jobs vary tremendously from an elementary special-education para-professional, to a YMCA sports director, to a retail store accounting department, and finally a high school mathematics teacher. Haley resides with her husband and fur-baby in the Kansas City area. This Missouri-born girl enjoys the diversity the Midwest offers. Reach out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or her website…she would love to connect with her readers.

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