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SECOND TO NONE

SECOND TO NONE by julia e antoine

All her life Courtney Scotts has come second—in everything. As a twin, she came into the world second, thirty minutes behind her sister, Sidney. As luck would have it, she was also smaller by at least two sizes. Like two newborn fledgling birds in a nest, she got whatever food was left over from feeding Sydney. When it came time for them to be dressed, she wore all Sydney’s second-hand clothes, including her shoes. When they entered kindergarten, Sydney was ahead of her because she was so much more advanced. But Courtney dealt with it—until her recent twenty-first birthday party when she met Doug. She likes Doug, and Sidney likes him too, but this time, Courtney is putting her foot down. She won’t be second this time. Doug and Sidney have another think coming if either one of them thinks Courtney will stand by and accept the leftovers. No, this time, she insists, she will be his first and only choice.

SECOND TO NONE by julia e antoine

BUT FOR THE LOVE OF MY FATHER

BUT FOR THE LOVE OF MY FATHER by julia e antoine

Rachel Everchild had a tough upbringing. From the age of five, which is as far back as she can remember, she’s had to compete for her father’s attention with her mother and her older half-sister, whom her mother is always trying to get her father to side with over Rachel.
It’s been a sad, lonely life for Rachel, who has spent most of her free time sitting on a rock in the river next to her home talking to God. She talks to God a lot. He’s the only one besides her father she feels she can talk to.

When her father dies suddenly, she becomes a victim to her mother’s uncontrollable anger and vindictive actions. The only thing that saves Rachel is her firm belief that her father loved her unconditionally and he is watching over her, even now.

In the end, it becomes too much for Rachel to handle. She has to make a decision if she’s to find any peace in this life. She now has to rely on herself, or does she? Will her father’s love be with her even beyond the grave?

BUT FOR THE LOVE OF MY FATHER by julia e antoine