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The Dream Catcher
By: Helen M. Ide

 
The Dream Catcher By: Helen M. IdeQuantity in Basket: none
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-087-6
Edition: Paperback, 421 Pages
Publication Date: September 4, 2009
 
 
 
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Seth watched for a moment and waited for everyone to be sitting around the table.

“Ok something has to give here. I want to know what the hell is going on around here. Someone start talking to me,” he said as he looked around the table. Tara smiled and reached into her lace purse and handed him a letter. He looked at it for a moment then opened it and read it to himself. He set it down and looked straight at Rob.

“So what does this mean?” he asked. Geoffrey cleared his throat and smiled at him.

“It means you are the richest man in Texas and with that comes a wealth of things. Maids and fancy settings on tables and a barrage of the best things that people can offer you. You now have the biggest ranch in Texas. Just like I still own the largest plantation in Atlanta, with that comes the respect of everyone around you.”
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