Book: The Emerald Bride by Mercy Offorcategories: Book, Thriller, Family Values, Adventure, Technology, Love and Marriage, Drama, Contemporary, Inspirational, Suspense, Comedy, Educational, Romance
Mercy Offor, PhDabout this book: Some teens amongst the new/upcoming generation have taken the word "patience" out of their dictionary when it comes to becoming mums and dads, and what we see is what can be rightly termed "kids having kids."
Emerald Bride, a classic and fascinating American romance novel, presents love, trust, marriage and family as a model designed to offset such mindsets, and repeat the old saying that "the patient dog eats the best part of the meat."
Everyone, regardless of generation gaps, has a lot to take away from this innovative romantic novel of the future which integrates momentous issues of our life and times such as the earth's changing climate and emerging alternative energies, while telling a fascinating and compelling story.
The hero of the story, Solomon Smarty is a Chicago land native and the heroine, Emily Bridget a New Yorker, is the emerald bride. As the story was coming to a close, they earned their royal titles as a beloved dynasty!
What really happened? Who is this emerald bride? Who are those present in their mega million ultra modern Eco friendly Emerald Mansion that captured and held media attention?
Join the author in this epic journey of fascinating twists and turns and discovery for the answers in the pages of "Emerald Bride." Read the Emerald Bride for free on the Amazon e-books free lending program for a limited time, or buy for a special low price, also as a limited time offer!
The Emerald Bride is a great pass time for everyone 18 years to old age. It is a good encouragement and example for the youth and a worthwhile entertainment/ reflection for the aging that are looking back.
As a former university teacher and now a teacher at the high school level in the city of Chicago, I know that a novel like Emerald Bride would be a great diversion for our population and both a motivation and direction for the teen population. The cover of the book is chosen as engagement rings to present the novel as cutting across all boundaries and applicable to peoples of all color, creed and works of life. Therefore the families presented and the peoples are exactly who you want them to be.
Emerald Bride was easy to write in less than a year and while it did not mirror my particular experience or any other person's, it is close to the experience of most people who embark on long degree programs that did not get derailed by love affairs leading to premature parenthood.
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