Thursday, April 7, 2016

A Modern Romance 4: A Social Experiment by Sherrie Lynn

A Modern Romance 4: A Social Experiment

Would society's issues change if in 2016 half the world was convinced they discovered the only true daughter of God? This is what happen to Felicitee as a result of a social experiment spiraling out of control. Felicitee know she is a mortal being who desire to love and be loved. Could Ronan Babtiste be that man? Will her impassioned followers allow it?

So many questions build up in the minds of every reader of this series as Sherrie Lynn applies brevity in communicating the limits to the power of love with a clear picture of decision making, the happiness of humanity and the struggle of many to achieve happiness.

Read an excerpt:
She couldn’t believe Ronan wanted them to meet for the first time at an event like this. They had been talking on the phone for months now after being matched through an exclusive dating service that cost a small fortune but eliminated the riffraff. This service zeroed in on business professionals seriously looking for a soul-mate, a long-term relationship resulting in marriage. She now felt closer to him than anyone else she knew. Just then Daughty's song, “Start of Something Good,” filled her open floor plan condo, the ring-tone she'd assigned to him.

About Sherrie Lynn

Sherrie Lynn was born third of four children. This author has ten books that includes two series. Nonfiction: An Author's View on Writing & An Author's View on Happiness. 2 novels, a coming-of-age interracial romance set in the '70s titled A Forward Motion and Backstage Pass! The Jade Sheldon Story. She took in journalism and commercial art at Wilbur Wright College. The author worked full time for ten years at a CAtholic hospital, eventually becoming an Illinois state-licensed pharmacy technician.

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