On a beautiful spring day, Princess Alana, the ravishing, spirited, and willful daughter of the King and Queen of Layla, risks her reputation - and her life - by leaving the safety of the castle. Falling into mortal danger, she is rescued by the Grey Knight with whom she falls in love, angering her parents and risking her upcoming marriage to the prince of a neighboring kingdom. All the princess and her knight-rescuer have to offer is a story only a hermit and an old witch initially believe. But once the truth is learned, the ultimate dilemma remains: who will Princess Alana marry - Prince Harland II, the royal to whom she was betrothed (and someone who feels betrayed by his father, the King of Terron); or the noble knight man who saved her life with a "breath of life" (someone who has loved her from afar but has never been considered "worthy" of marrying a princess)? Could the answer be found in...a joust? This romantic love story brings together the color of a medieval setting with fast-paced storytelling and a cornucopia of compelling characters that interweave through a story of passion and adventure.
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The information in this book is what many want to know and what others do not want you to know. The type of information included in the book is left out by most major publishers. Books are being watered down or rejected by publishers because they fear the new "food-libel" laws passed in some states. They will not print truthful information that may be risky to your health even if it's true. Laws that are passed to help protect farmers and food companies from criticism can effect your health. Sometimes the truth hurts, but everyone is entitled to know and be made aware of anything that could possibly damage their health.
We should all learn about the cause of disease and how to defend against it in our early years, instead of waiting till we get sick. Keeping the "scale of life" in balance is the KEY to your physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
It's never too late to regain your health. A persons' lifestyle, what you eat, what you drink, will contribute to good or bad health. For our every "action" there will be a "good reaction" or a "bad reaction." The biggest risk we face after learning the "hazards of life" is when we voluntarily subject ourselves to them and then having to face the consequences of our actions. Paying the price and having to rely on others for everything would be extremely difficult, and a very hard thing to do. Nobody else is going to take care or be responsible for your body. You have to do this on your own. Making the right choices early in life adds to a longer life without the symptoms of early aging and disease. The "war within" will always continue, but the battles will always be won when you make the right choices and take responsibility over your own health.About the Author:
Elizabeth (Betsy) Gibbs shows the compassion and love she inherited from her parents in her book, Breath of Life. Betsy is a professional nanny and part time writer. This is her first novel. She is a mother of three children, who have all grown up with the same love and compassion they learned from their mother.
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Book Description Crystal Dreams Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1591460417
Book Description Crystal Dreams Pub, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 64 pages. 7.80x4.80x0.20 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1591460417