Sep 11, 2013

Help Faith Sullivan Raise Money for 9/11 Memorial Fund

The following is straight from Faith Sullivan's blog:

One day forever changes the destiny of college overachiever, Michelle Rhodes.

Shattered, confused and alone, no one understands the trauma consuming her until she meets Connor Donnelly.

A native New Yorker, he believes he can aid in getting her life back on track. But what if he's even more broken inside?

Offering her a chance at a fresh start, Connor convinces Michelle to move in with him. Hiring her to waitress at his bar, their mutual attraction only complicates matters.

As more details surrounding Connor's past emerge, Michelle uncovers the full magnitude of the loss he's trying to hide. Refusing to let her feelings for him hinder his recovery, she makes a decision that winds up hurting them both.

By sacrificing her heart, Michelle thinks she is helping Connor come to terms with his grief. Little does she know, Connor is gambling everything for the sake of having a future with her.

What happens is truly unexpected.

I don't know about you, but I hate feeling powerless.

When unspeakable tragedy affects thousands of innocent people, I want to do anything I can to help.

The events of September 11, 2001 happened over a decade ago, but the wound is still raw and families are still hurting.

Remembering the lives that were lost that day and taking action to assist the loved ones they left behind are two ways we can honor those who are no longer with us.

During the month of September 2013, I will be donating 50% of the proceeds from my novel, UNEXPECTED, to the 9/11 Memorial Fund. I hope to reach $100 in order to sponsor a cobblestone dedicated to the readers and bloggers who support me in this cause.

It's a small gesture, but one I hope will have a lasting impact on your heart and mine.

" that evil will never win."

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  1. I was at work when I first heard. It was so hard to believe it.

  2. I was at work when I heard the news and we turned on the tv and saw the second plane hit. It will never be forgotten. Thanks!


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