What is Feral Revised all about?

 

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What is Feral Revised all about?

 

Feral is a story about a girl who became lost in the Canadian wilderness when the family was on vacation. She was two years old when she disappeared, at seven she was found, and after extensive therapy she was returned to her family in Orlando Florida, where the story is based. After being reformed her family still sees problems in her and fear that she will never be able to settle down and raise a family like her six sisters. So they arrange a marriage for her, to a wealthy philanthropist.

 

The story is based in the present, and the premise of Feral is the concept of real love. We grow up in a world were we are thought to not express ourselves truthfully. We don’t always allow ourselves to show someone how much we love them. We think that by showing them this level of love, that we will be seen as weak or pathetic in their eyes. However, the truth is, it takes real strength to say I love you and mean it. It takes integrity to give yourself to that one person and no one else. So the point that I hope you walk away with, is this. Life should be enjoyed and if you are lucky enough to find real love don’t throw it away. Cherish your spouse and carry them in your spirit where ever you may go.

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About April Thomas

April Thomas is a multi-talented entrepreneur. She is the author and writer of a book series called Endurance, which was first published in 2009. She has incredible inspiration and creativity. She has built and designed her website called Endurance9, and still manages to explore her natural gift of designing her own line of Embellish jewelry, costume drawing/sewing, and a passion for photography. April Thomas knows how to tap into a woman's essence of beauty and imagination. She has also been an advocate in the Native American culture, community, and children.

Posted on July 10, 2013, in Endurance 1st book of the series. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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