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Eyes of Emerald by Harvey Stelman

This story for reading on St. Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s as well, Chinese New Year’s and your birthday. It contains the events of holidays and mourning days of the soul, from real lives.

Produced as a Lifetime Network movie, it could show every day and it compares to the islands of Vanuatu’s story South Pacific. Whatever its future, Eyes of Emerald brings together cultures that connect with joys and sadness during The Great Depression.

This is not a fairy tale romance, but neither are most of our lives. The book is historic fiction base don a family event, however, and is a great love story and thought provoker.

Read about the emerald eyes and the other eyes they meet at:

A Celtic Curse and a Chinese Blessing Seen through Eyes of Emerald.


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