FreeAudioBookshelf The Fox by Arlene Radasky Chapters 17 & 18

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Free Audio Bookshelf offers you a chance to listen to a book recorded by the author. Episodes are posted on Fridays. You are welcome to call in or post comments and join the author for a discussion, a-la book club, and a chance to ask the author questions about the books so far! Rhonda Carpenter and Arlene Radasky are excited about offering you our books and a way to talk to us. We are inviting other authors to let us play their books after ours are done. Arlene Radasky's The Fox, all 27 chapters is now playing. Rhonda Carpenter's The Mark of a Druid-all 34 episodes have been played- is now in the archives. ALL recorded episodes can be found in Blogtalk Radio's archives and available at your convenience. Take a vacation and you won't miss a thing! “I will die when I choose to die.” And so begins The Fox, a romance fantasy and historical fiction set in the 1st and 21st century.When ancient an clan fights to save their family against the Romans, they cross paths with modern archaeologists’ centuries later. A 1st century healer,Jahna, is able to mentally connect with others through time.Jahna’s mate, Lovern, is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice, Jahna will make a mind link and in the afterlife—and eternity—to reconnect with him.2000 years later, Aine MacRea, an archaeologist, is on the verge of uncovering the village where Jahna lived—and loved in the Highlands of Scotland, where except for a ghostly visit, greed almost triumphs, leaving ancient stories buried forever and a love lost.Each chapter ends with a song by Steve McDonald, my musical inspiration. A list of corresponding songs and chapters can also be found at my website, www.radasky.com CHAPTER 17- Aine and Marc argue. Aine receives a report on theRaven Bowl and discusses her brother's death with George. McDonald's My Heart Belongs to Scotland/Highland FarewellCHAPTER 18- Lovern explains why he has to leave to his daughter Crisi. Jahna engraves another bronze bowl.-A Child of the Gael/Highland Farewell
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