The Key

The Key How much would she risk to find the key For Callier Lester the dream was always the same She would be so close to the warmth of home just a step away yet she couldn t have a key to unlock the front

  • Title: The Key
  • Author: Rebecca Flanders
  • ISBN: 9780373220014
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • How much would she risk to find the key For Callier Lester, the dream was always the same She would be so close to the warmth of home, just a step away, yet she couldn t have a key to unlock the front door It didn t help that Callie traveled so much Her job as an interpreter took her to many different countries, never giving her the chance to put down roots.Until finallHow much would she risk to find the key For Callier Lester, the dream was always the same She would be so close to the warmth of home, just a step away, yet she couldn t have a key to unlock the front door It didn t help that Callie traveled so much Her job as an interpreter took her to many different countries, never giving her the chance to put down roots.Until finally she settled down to continue her education at a small midwestern university Callie felt closer than ever to the secrets of her past Would she need to sacrifice her heart to get to the truth or would the price be even higher

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      Published :2018-07-21T02:15:01+00:00

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    1. Callie meets Sage McCormick when she enrolls in his Russian class. As an older student with some experience in speaking Russian, she captures Sage's interest. The suspense resulted in very little danger: it centered on an outdated plot based on Cold War fears. There is also a suggestion of supernatural that doesn't amount to anything more than vague dreams and a sense of being "the chosen one." Callie and Sage stood out as more memorable than a lot of romance characters. Callie's views as a coll [...]

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