Suffer the Child: A Short Story

Suffer the Child: A Short Story

Two grandmothers vying for one grandson: who will win his heart?

When family life is ripped apart, two grandmothers are left reeling from the untimely deaths of their children and one little boy is left in their wake. Each grandmother stakes her claim. Who will triumph?

Read SUFFER THE CHILD: A Short Story, the perfect coffee break or lunch break read -- a story for the modern reader about family, sacrifice, and love.

Once again, Vikk Simmons brings you a short story about the deeper inner workings of the heart. Sacrifice comes in many ways.

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Series: Short Reads & Short Stories, Book 2
Tags: family fiction, fiction, short read, short story
Publisher: Ordinary Matters Publishing
Publication Year: 2017
ASIN: B074QRV3X2
eBook Price: 0.99
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About the Author
Vikk Simmons

When VIDEO MAGIC won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart for Young Adult Romance Award, I was thrilled. Today, I'm I'm even more excited that this 10th anniversary edition of VIDEO MAGIC is being released on Valentine's Day weekend. I've always loved this story.

VIDEO MAGIC is the first book in my In Love at Northrupp High teen romance series. I'm so glad to have an opportunity to share this story and hope others will enjoy reading the sweet, romantic story of Kimberly and Greg. Love is not easy. Love is not always fair, but love is well-worth the effort.

You'll find a section of Discussion Group Questions for book clubs, mother-daughter reading groups, and the classroom..Grab your copy of VIDEO MAGIC, then be sure and pick up a copy of the second book of teen love in the series, DIVIDED LOYALTIES.

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