Ontatrio, Canada (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
All she need is a bold move the change the course of the game and capture the sly man behind her father’s untimely death. Author K. M. Snider takes the readers into an exhilarating game of chess, tangled with generations of family secrets and a blossoming love between two people who must rely on each other to outsmart their dangerous enemy. Tears of an Angel has the complete ingredients of a compelling story as a good amount of danger, murder and romance unfold throughout its stunning pages.
He wanted entrance to the inner circle of London court where power and position was everything. The key to his success was to gain where others failed, like a pawn in a game of chess all he had to do was capture his niece. Angelet evaded him with sheer wit and presence of mind after witnessing her father being murdered in his own home. She was able to protect her castle and the one thing he wanted the most. In order to do that, she has to seek help from the people she can trust, and there is no better man than that but the boy she grew up with, Fabien.
Amidst danger and intrigue, Angelet uncovers generations of family secret dating back from her grandfather’s time. This knowledge might just free her from the dangerous man she’s fleeing from, but first, they have to think of a way to change the course of the game and catch him unaware. She feels that she can do anything as long as she’s with the man she loves. Will they triumph over their cunning adversary?
Richly plotted with remarkable characters, Tears of an Angel will surely capture the interest of the readers as surprising twists and turns grace every turn of a page. K. M. Snider is indeed at the top of her game.
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About the Author
K.M. Snider resides in the Niagara Region Canada with husband and loving lab.
TEARS OF AN ANGEL * by K. M. Snider
Publication Date: 12/21/2012
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