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Cover Reveal: Synchony by Cindy Ray Hale

Synchrony (Destiny #2)

by Cindy Ray Hale

Release Date: 2014

Summary from Goodreads:

When her parents
discover she’s been sneaking out with Isaac Robinson the forbidden Baptist boy,
Mormon girl Destiny Clark decides it’s time to keep their relationship quiet.
As their relationship moves to shakier ground, Destiny discovers that Isaac has
a terrible secret, and she is left completely shattered.

The moment Destiny feels all hope is lost, Preston Nelson, her longtime church
friend and Isaac's bitter rival, arrives like a beacon of light. It isn't long
before two separate disasters strike for Preston and Destiny's best friend,
Hannah. As Destiny helps them through their issues, she discovers that
sometimes the best way to forget about your own problems is to help a friend in

Just as her heart begins to mend and her friendship with Preston begins to heat
up, Isaac walks back into her life, threatening to rekindle the feelings she’d
hoped to bury forever. Will Destiny and Preston find the synchrony they so
desperately need, or will she find a way to forgive Isaac and return to his
outstretched arms?

Link to Book One:

About the Author

Cindy Ray Hale lives in
Tennessee with her husband and four children. In addition to being a writer,
she's an avid reader and a social media junkie. At the age of 17, she wrote a
short story, "Instant Harmony" which later appeared in the April 2000
issue of "New Era," the official magazine for the youth of The Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Destiny is her first book and will be
available for purchase November 5, 2013.

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