Prescription for Disaster

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Prescription for Disaster: John Avanzato

Sometimes prescriptions are written for medication to help a patient get over an illness or to prevent one from reoccurring. It can also be an action of establishing a rule, law or direction that a group or person can create in order to have some type of structure. Something that is written or prescribed as a rule, direction or for living a moral life can be deemed a prescription. But, Dr. John Cesari, gastroenterologist, has his own definition of this word, redefines it in every situation he encounter as he give new meaning to the words prescriptions and a whole other definition of disaster.

As a gastro man one of his primary goals is to perform colonoscopies, which I can tell you are no fun but necessary when needed. But, what happens when the patients that are slated for this test have more to hide…

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Ice on Fire: Dan Stone

Sometimes life can be very different from what we hoped and expect. At other times we learn that someone in our lives can help us find that we really are or want to be. Colm and Aidan are truly meant for each other but before they can learn that their destiny might be a one, there are many lessons to be learned and many unexpected directions and obstacles in their way. From the author of The Rest of Our Lives comes Ice On Fire. Colm and Aidan are elemental witches each having specific powers the opposite of the other. One can create a frost, ice storm or even freeze an entire town, scene or moment and turn it into something beautiful but cold. Whereas the other can light up a room, create an inferno or even a fire so tense it would take more than…

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