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Books By Lizzy Stevens

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A-Lost-Memory-with-review-001.jpg https://www.amazon.com/Lost-Memory-Lizzy-Stevens-ebook/dp/B00EEIFH1Q/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1497217050&sr=1-14 Amazon Best Seller
#36 in Kindle Store >Kindle eBooks > Fiction > Genre Fiction > Romance > Short Stories 

Alley wakes up in a strange bed. She has no idea who she is or where she is. Pain shoots through her head like a bolt of lightning every time she moves. As she drifts off to sleep images of a faraway land and a handsome man with sandy blonde hair and six pack abs fills her head. He keeps saying “Alley come back to me.” Who is he and how does she know him? 
Excerpt:
Chapter One

Alley lay in bed in a strange room. Glancing around nothing was familiar. Where was she? She sat up, a tingle creeping up her spine. What was going on? Anxious to get out of there, Alley yanked away the blanket and stood. Pain shot through her head, threatening to blow it apart. Her finger pressed her temple instinctively to ease the pain. She felt a bandage taped to her forehead. What has happened to me? Where am I? No longer able to withstand the pain, she lay back down.
Drifting off to sleep, images of a young man filled her dreams. She didn’t recognize him, but he was handsome with six pack abs and long sandy blonde hair that brushed the top of his shoulders. But who was he?
Alley come back to me. The man seemed to know her, but she didn’t recognize him at all.
Alley was awakened by the sound of the door opening. She saw a woman standing in the doorway holding a ceramic bowl of water.
“Oh, sweetie! You’re awake,” the woman said as tears rolled down her face. She wiped at them as she walked over to the bed.
Alley stared at her not knowing what to say. Am I supposed to know this woman? 
“Oh, Alley, I know you’re confused, honey. It’s me, Mom.”
Alley glanced around the room for answers but none came to her. “Mom?” she asked, puzzled.
“Yes dear, you’ve been in a terrible accident and the doctor warned us that your memory may be fuzzy when you came to.”
“An accident? What kind of accident?” Alley didn’t understand anything at that moment. She didn’t remember any accident.
“Honey, don’t push yourself to remember right now. We’ll talk about this later. I need to call your doctor and get him over here to examine you at once.” She turned and hurried out of the room.
Alley sat there more confused than she was before. She hoped the doctor would be able to shed some light on what was going on.
She glanced around the room and saw an antique dresser with three drawers made from mahogany. In the corner stood a full length mirror. The four-poster bed where she lay was draped in a sheer white canopy. Beside the bed was a small table where her mother placed the ceramic bowl of water. In the opposite corner sat a rocking chair with a red and white quilt folded neatly over the back. Everything looked neat and well taken care of, but none of it looked familiar. 

* * * 
A while later there was a knock at her door.
“Come in,” Alley called from across the room.
The woman who claimed to be her mother was standing there with a man in a white lab coat. 
“Alley this is Doctor Monroe.” she said as they walked closer to the bed.
Doctor Monroe carried his black medical bag and set it on the bed beside Alley. He removed the stethoscope to give Alley a thorough examination. He checked her heartbeat, pulse and blood pressure. Then he moved onto the bandage on her head. “Everything looks good Alley. I’m going to redress your wound and give you some pain medicine to help with the swelling.”
“Doctor, I don’t know who I am. I can’t remember anything. I don’t even recognize my own mother. What happened to me? What kind of accident was I in?”
Alley watched Doctor Monroe glanced up at her mother who gave a slight shake of her head. 
“Alley, these things take time. Don’t bother yourself with all of these details right now. You’ve been in a coma for a week. We don’t want to overload your brain with all these details. Your memory will come back in time, and if it doesn’t then we will cross that bridge when we get to it. For now I want you to take it easy.   Winter Romance https://www.amazon.com/Winter-Romance-Lizzy-Stevens-ebook/dp/B00TIZWVY6/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Cupid's Mistake https://www.amazon.com/Cupids-Mistake-Lizzy-Stevens-ebook/dp/B01IBQYD34/ref=la_B005HZRTP2_1_22?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1497217431&sr=1-22&refinements=p_82%3AB005HZRTP2 This 1800 word Quick Read by International Best Selling Author Lizzy Stevens is a fun and fast way to spend a few extra minutes that you have.

Kylie Is a Cupid in training. She is one of the best at making love connections. She gets to work bright and early, is handed her assignments, and goes right to work. But one night she thinks what could the harm be in making a love connection all on her own? Why does she need to be told who to connect? She’s good at her job. One of the best in fact. So why not just give it a shot? Well she soon learns there are many reasons why you don’t just go out and do it on your own. Kylie makes a big mistake. How will she fix this problem?     I Think God Is Mad At Me https://www.amazon.com/Think-God-Mad-At-Me-ebook/dp/B01DWQUHJC/ref=la_B005HZRTP2_1_9?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1497217553&sr=1-9&refinements=p_82%3AB005HZRTP2 7-3-16
#37 in Kindle Store > Kindle Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Romance
#52 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Romance > Contemporary


Caterina Daniels was having a hard time. She had no real friends and her only family member, her grandpa, had cancer with a few days left to live. She didn’t know how much more she could handle when she walked into the hospital chapel, looked up to the ceiling, and said the words…

“God. If you do exist.” She let out a big sigh. “I mean. God. If you are there, I’m sorry for whatever I have done to make you mad at me.”

She thought the chapel was empty. But an older woman named Martha was sitting over to side. When Caterina met Martha it changed her whole life. Martha becomes a close friend to her. Caterina leans on her through her difficult time.

Martha sends her son, Jackson, to Caterina to help through a difficult time. Caterina and Jackson become fast friends but is there more than friendship waiting for them? Find all of Lizzy Stevens' Books on her Amazon Author page Here: https://www.amazon.com/Lizzy-Stevens/e/B005HZRTP2/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1

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Created on 2017-06-11 14:53:09