When it comes to karma, we are always receiving exactly what we deserve or are we? Teg Greene used to have a great job, a great woman and just a great life. He can't pay his bills now and he's tired of working as a temp. Suddenly, on Valentine's Day, Laura Fair Rose, a greenish-blue eyed woman who resembles Sarah Michelle Gellar, moves into Teg's building. The neighbors are instantly receiving good karma, most of them. Teg's life turns around for the better: a new love, business projects, money, happiness and confidence. Thanks to Laura, whoever comes in the vicinity of her, her aura rubs off on them. And Teg notices Laura's eyes never stay one color depending on her emotions, either changing from light green to dark green or light blue to dark blue or something in-between. But there is a mystery to unravel; Teg and the world will be introduced to it after seeing the black Atlantic Ocean. Cover artwork created by Jeong-Jyn Yi
Not the way I expected, but worth the money2009/11/9
I thought this book was a story about this woman and the author, but it's not. It's single small episodes about their affair, that not needfully have to do with each other. I was dissappointed at first, but by reading I realized it's a valuable reading for someone, who's searching his way in getting equal with karma and other spiritual themes. It's not an intellectual book like many esoteric themes are, it's placed in the real world, telling of real people and of real things they've done, and that was what I did like in the end!
Something for everyone2014/6/25
Fantastic book. There is everything in this story. Love, action, drama and comedy! Also there is great message in this awesome story.
a strange negative waste of time2015/1/30
Awful awful book obnoxious really Cannot believe Amazon does not vet their books and seems to allow anything.. all mumbo jumbo half the pages are empty and printed with only one or two lines of terribly imagined destruction of all the world's landmarks..the book is strange and offensive.. Amazon has to do a better job of vetting their books I was expecting something spiritual instead it was just lacking in anything. Sorry I fell for the post card that was handed out and intrigued me. The card I was handed said "make a wish and don't let go of the card until your wish comes true.. or give it to someone else" Hard work, dedication and everything else that goes into succeeding doesn't matter.. just hold on to the card and never let it go.. blah blah. Yes, pass the card on and some other fool will google the name and the order the book good marketing the author should thank the illustrator for the cover a swell done sketch of an intriguing person.. With all the wonderfully written spiritual books on the meaning of karma, etc.. this is about some strange mumbo jumbo story..