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Continuing the football theme for this 'Super' weekend, I have a great novel for you today!
New York socialite Goldie Fischer seems to have it all: wealth, beauty, and a fiancé to die for. Until she’s murdered on her wedding night by a jealous witch and instantaneously loses everything. Angry and seeking revenge, Goldie becomes a dybbukher soul possesses the body of Southern football hero Clay Harper and she refuses to join the light until the wrongs are rectified.
Only Clay has issues of his own and doesn’t take kindly to a petulant New Yorker in his head, interfering in his already messed up life. When Goldie promises to leave if Clay helps her break up the wedding between her fiancé and the witch who killed her, Clay reluctantly agrees. Only neither of them is prepared for the chain of events that follow.
Through the journey of two disparate people on a quest to make things right, Touchdown is a funny yet heartbreaking look about what it takes to truly know another soul and what it means to love
If there is ONE book this past 6 months that I've read, that NEEDS to be a short term seriialized movie, this is it! It has everything- love, drama, heartache, betrayal, God, good versus evil, best friends, North versus South and the aforementioned football. Seriously- you know you'd watch the premier episode at least, out of curiosity, right? But trust me, you would be staying put! Yael has crafted a novel that is hysterically funny with the whole role reversal elements, with nuances of characters and maturation, and finally proof that love conquers all. I couldn't put this book down once I started it, and you will too once you start reading it!
About the Author:
She holds a degree in Illustration from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. But it’s the questioning journalist inside her that has launched a new career in writing fiction in 2013. A freelance illustrator and journalist, Yael Levy has been published in numerous venues, including The Jerusalem Post during her three-year stay in Israel just east of the bustling capital city of Tel Aviv.A native New Yorker, Levy currently writes for The Times of Israel about her experiences as a Jewish mother now living in Atlanta. She is also studying for a Masters in Law at Emory University. You can follow her:on her Website, Facebook page, and Twitter pages.
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