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  • 238 pagesTale Of The Chameleon, A Memoir: How I Loved, Married and Survived a Covert Narcissist with 25 Relationship Rules to Live By.” Do you really KNOW who your partner is? This book describes a Covert Narcissist and how to avoid the pitfalls in your relationship; even when and how to tuck in your tail and RUN! Dezaraé lived the nightmare and barely survived the Narcissist she calls the “Warden.” She now is helping you and others to avoid the same mistakes she made: her concessions that led to her being SUICIDAL. This is a MUST READ for every person entering into a relationship or having trouble in the one they are currently in.  
  • 354 Pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens' life making him a racist.  This is the story of Edward and people in his world.  It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  Edward's religious beliefs now conflict with his boss being a lesbian.  As Edward finds a semblance of justice is not justice enough, he is reverting to racism and is revisiting his war with God.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal in any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 242 pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens' life making him a racist.  This is the story of Edward and people in his world.  It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  Edward's religious beliefs now conflict with his boss being a lesbian.  As Edward finds a semblance of justice is not justice enough, he is reverting to racism and is revisiting his war with God.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal in any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 416 Pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens' life making him a racist.  Ironically, Edward contends with reverse discrimination in the workplace.  This is the story of Edward and people in his world.  It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  As Edward finds a semblance of justice for the loss of the love of his life, a newly presented fact of evidence conflicts with the current state of justice.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal i8n any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 294 Pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens' life making him a racist.  Ironically, Edward contends with reverse discrimination in the workplace.  This is the story of Edward and people in his world.  It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  As Edward finds a semblance of justice for the loss of the love of his life, a newly presented fact of evidence conflicts with the current state of justice.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal i8n any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 420 pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens’ life making him a racist.  Ironically, Edward contends with reverse discrimination in the workplace.  This is the story of Edward and the people in his world.   It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  He meets the love of his life amidst his ongoing turmoil and is changed forever.  However, he now has a crisis of Faith.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal in any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 296 Pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens’ life making him a racist.  Ironically, Edward contends with reverse discrimination in the workplace.  This is the story of Edward and the people in his world.   It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  He meets the love of his life amidst his ongoing turmoil and is changed forever.  However, he now has a crisis of Faith.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal in any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 402 Pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens’ life making him a racist.  Ironically, Edward contends with reverse discrimination in the workplace.   This is the story of Edward and the people in his world.   It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  He meets the love of his life amidst his ongoing turmoil.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal in any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 264 Pages A Federal Law created to address a racial inequity destroys Edward Givens’ life making him a racist.  Ironically, Edward contends with reverse discrimination in the workplace.   This is the story of Edward and the people in his world.   It is a tale of flawed and frayed humanity.  He meets the love of his life amidst his ongoing turmoil.  The series explores how love can change someone for the better, sexual preferences, pain, alcoholism, loss of faith and how faith can heal in any adverse situation.  God is always present whether we know it, or not.
  • 374 Pages Elroy, a young man from the deep south, is "duty bound" to join the Marine Corps and enter the Viet Nam War effort.  He returns to the Silver Oaks Plantation a hero and a changed man.  When he brings the love of his life to meet his parents, they are met with confrontation, prejudice, dismay and resistance.  It is a story of relationships, love, prejudice, depression, PTSD and the joy or grief presented with each.
  • 190 Pages Elroy, a young man from the deep south, is "duty bound" to join the Marine Corps and enter the Viet Nam War effort.  He returns to the Silver Oaks Plantation a hero and a changed man.  When he brings the love of his life to meet his parents, they are met with confrontation, prejudice, dismay and resistance.  It is a story of relationships, love, prejudice, depression, PTSD and the joy or grief presented with each.
  • 486 Pages, Softcover Edition "Catherine's Men, A Historical Biography" Catherine’s Men” is the uplifting true story of Lady Catherine Nabokov, a Russian Aristocrat, suffering through the Russian Revolution, escaping to immigrate to Canada, and the accounts of her relationships with men.   It is the story of how she persevered to overcome the losses, the abuse and broken trust and how her faith guided her to survive.  Though difficult, she builds a life of respect and admiration in Edmonton, Alberta.  Everyone can look to her story to know hope is always present while faith guides you.