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Indian Summer. Volume eight. September. By Angel Brynner
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Indian Summer is a story of harvests. Each volume chronicles a season in a 21st century courtly love affair that extended the heat wave of indian summer into the early reaches of the following year.... More > From the headiness of tasting true love for the first time to the eventual purging of all the scar tissue still inside that blocks one from fully experiencing that love, Indian Summer is a portrait of an artist untwisting dysfunctional ideas about the reality of love in order to receive all God has for her in regards to it.< Less
Indian Summer. Volume six: October, part I. Volume seven: October part II. By Angel Brynner
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Indian Summer is a story of harvests. Each volume chronicles a season in a 21st century courtly love affair that extended the heat wave of indian summer into the early reaches of the following year.
Indian Summer. Volume four: For Heaven. Volume five: Taste and See By Angel Brynner
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Indian Summer is a story of harvests. A 21st century courtly love affair that extended the heat wave of indian summer into the early reaches of the following year.
Indian Summer. Volume one: January. By Angel Brynner
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Indian Summer is a story of harvests. Each of the eight volumes chronicles a wild season in a 21st century courtly love affair that extended the heat wave of indian summer into the early reaches of... More > the following year.< Less
Indian Summer. volume two: a month i don't recall. By Angel Brynner
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Indian Summer is a portrait of an artist untwisting dysfunctional ideas about the reality of love in order to receive all God has for her regarding it.
Indian Summer. Volume three. Fireflies By Angel Brynner
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Indian Summer is a story of harvests. Each volume chronicles a season in a 21st century courtly love affair that extended the heat wave of indian summer into the early reaches of the following year.