A Sacrifice for Friendship

A Sacrifice for Friendship A Sacrifice for Friendship is a story about Frankie Camarelli the owner of a movie memorabilia shop and her adventure through time Frankie hears a voice in her dreams that sends her back than year

  • Title: A Sacrifice for Friendship
  • Author: Diane S. Bauden D.S. Bauden
  • ISBN: 9780974412177
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Sacrifice for Friendship is a story about Frankie Camarelli, the owner of a movie memorabilia shop and her adventure through time Frankie hears a voice in her dreams that sends her back than 20 years into the past There she meets the person attached to the voice, Annie Parker, a waitress and a student at Loyola University Annie and Frankie become friends and wA Sacrifice for Friendship is a story about Frankie Camarelli, the owner of a movie memorabilia shop and her adventure through time Frankie hears a voice in her dreams that sends her back than 20 years into the past There she meets the person attached to the voice, Annie Parker, a waitress and a student at Loyola University Annie and Frankie become friends and when Frankie convinces Annie that she doesn t need to be abused by her boyfriend any longer, Frankie finds herself back in the present Feeling the pain of losing a new friend, Frankie does everything in her power to find Annie again Follow Frankie and her childhood best friend Crystal Jacobs, through the streets of Chicago as they look for validity of Frankie s adventure This is a tale that defies the odds of reason, belief, and the power of love and friendship Using a gift so rare to most, Crystal shows Frankie the true meaning of unconditional love.

    One thought on “A Sacrifice for Friendship”

    1. I gave this an extra star for the interesting premise. However, the writing style is very clunky, so the execution suffers quite a bit. The story is similar to Somewhere in Time, one of my favorite movies, but yeah I just couldn't get past the writing. Now that this author has a number of other titles under her belt, I'd love to see this one get a revisit/revamping. I think she could do something much more special now than she was able to then.

    2. This is my second book by this author and at this point I have decided it isn't worth purchasing/reading anymore books by the author. Her writing is just not something I appreciate or see myself appreciating. I probably shouldn't give her any stars but at least the grammar is passable so 2 stars and in anyways I like to appreciate the dedication by any writer to the craft albeit in this case just terrible.

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