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Two Thousand Years: Abigail Phelps, Book Three

two_thousand_years_cover_for_kindle-2"Women half Abigail’s age would envy her body - a body fitting a star athlete, a Hollywood actress, or a young lady desired by scandalous politicians. Her face showed depth of character, a result of more sorrow but also more joy than most of us could handle. And her hair. The breathtaking auburn curls remained, and though there may have been isolated streaks of gray throughout the voluminous strands, I found it impossible to not picture Christopher Dean playing with the curls in a café in Vienna, and Sergei Grinkov unknowingly causing pain, but more importantly comfort, as he caressed her hair after the attack by Ted Kennedy. And I couldn’t help but visualize John Kennedy’s jaw dropping to the floor when he saw her for the first time in so long, gorgeous in a purple dress, hair down though she so often wore it up. Some things I envisioned had occurred, others had not. But they were all unmistakably Abigail Phelps."

Abigail Phelps and John Kennedy Jr. weren't destined to live happily ever after. In this, the dramatic conclusion to the Abigail Phelps Series, we learn that there is something even better than a fairy tale ending. Sometimes it's better to have no ending at all.

"How do you know your heart is still beating? Do you have to see it or feel it to know? No, you just know. You know because you live. Well, Abby is my heart and I'm hers. We just know."

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Two Thousand Years (Abigail Phelps, #3)

What readers are saying about TWO THOUSAND YEARS…

Enjoyable recreational reading

As the final book in the Abigail Phelps series, Two Thousand Years brought the series to an end and I was sad that it was over. Ms Turner's writing is easy to read, kept me engaged, and made me care for the main character of the trilogy. I found myself wiping tears from my eyes at one point in the saga. I greatly enjoyed each of the three books and would recommend them as great books to read at the beach or any other leisure situation. The concept of the book - blurred reality - is unique and intriguing. As a homeschooling mother of 4 young children I don't do much recreational reading these days but was glad I found time to enjoy the Abigail Phelps series.

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