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TBT Feature Novel: As Long As You Both Shall Live by Linda K. Rodante

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Hi, Reader Friends! Thanks for stopping by to check out the Throwback Thursday Novel, As Long As You Both Shall Live, by Linda K. Rodante. Ms. Rodante’s eBook is 99¢, so if you haven’t read it, now’s the time.

About the Book


The Blurb: 
“When John Jergenson returns from a month’s long mission trip to Indonesia, his mind is set on asking Sharee Jones to marry him and then return with him to the islands as missionaries. But Sharee has enough to think about–anonymous phone calls, an attack on her life, and uneasiness about their relationship. The last thing she wants is a marriage proposal.

Can John keep her alive, keep her abusive ex-boyfriend out of the picture, and fend off the attentions of another woman long enough to convince Sharee to walk down the aisle?”

Links: AmazonGoodreads

About the Author


At twenty-six, Linda discovered the miraculous love of Jesus Christ, and it made a dramatic change in her life—a hovering depression changed to bubbling joy. God put new life in her, new desires, and blessed her with a passion for the written word.
She worked in banking, and later as Center Director at the Pregnancy Center of Pinellas County. After that, she worked at Trinity College of Florida and became involved with the Tampa Bay Area’s Campaign Against Human Trafficking. For eight years, she spoke to churches, to civic groups and to whomever would listen about this scourge on our society before deciding to become a full-time author.

Linda’s five books in The Dangerous Series wrap sweet romance with real life issues that many women face today with an added edge of mystery and suspense.

Born and raised in Florida, she’s married with two grown sons, a daughter-in-law, and three beautiful grandchildren.

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