Give in to the Feeling

Chicago 1924. Arriving to America, Susie thought she found everything she never dared to dreamed of in China. But only when she meets Blood, she realises the exciting flapper life she’s been living, the speakeasies, the illegal booze and the daring dances are just a little, unimportant part of the true freedom she yearns for - https://sarahzama.wordpress.com/
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GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "As always, before the show, her heart beat faster. She liked that sensation. The music embracing her, taking control of her body — it lit a flame inside her every single time." - READ CHAPTER 1

Give in to the Feeling – Chapter 1

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "As always, before the show, her heart beat faster. She liked that sensation. The music embracing her, taking control of her body — it lit a flame inside her every single time." - READ CHAPTER 1

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "The people matched the place. No one was really elegant, but everyone had carefully dressed to the best of their ability. Women especially. None wore the latest fashions, but they were all made up and covered in jewelry." READ CHAPTER 1

Give in to the Feeling – Chapter 1

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "The people matched the place. No one was really elegant, but everyone had carefully dressed to the best of their ability. Women especially. None wore the latest fashions, but they were all made up and covered in jewelry." READ CHAPTER 1

"I must say this was well-written and I thoroughly enjoyed the symbolism, the description of the speakeasy, and the attention to detail especially when it came to how Susie was feeling. The emotional intensity and tension between her and Blood was hot."

Yecheilyah’s Book Reviews – Give into the Feeling by Sarah Zama

"I must say this was well-written and I thoroughly enjoyed the symbolism, the description of the speakeasy, and the attention to detail especially when it came to how Susie was feeling. The emotional intensity and tension between her and Blood was hot."

"This city of Chicago is the most puzzling place I’ve ever visited. Full of people. Full of noise. It’s hard to listen with all this noise around us. But there are voices calling. There are always voices calling. And I’ll always listen." GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama

BLOOD (Ghost Trilogy)

"This city of Chicago is the most puzzling place I’ve ever visited. Full of people. Full of noise. It’s hard to listen with all this noise around us. But there are voices calling. There are always voices calling. And I’ll always listen." GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "Only people familiar to the doorman would enter, or people introduced by a customer, and she had never seen this man before." - READ CHAPTER 1

Give in to the Feeling – Chapter 1

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "Only people familiar to the doorman would enter, or people introduced by a customer, and she had never seen this man before." - READ CHAPTER 1

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "But I remember the dreams. Strange dreams that would visit me every night. I can’t say I know what they were about, but they were inspiring. The feeling is still with me. They inspired me what to do, what I wanted to achieve and how to achieve it."

The dreams fueled my desires and I follow them willingly - Simon (Characters Speak Series)

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "But I remember the dreams. Strange dreams that would visit me every night. I can’t say I know what they were about, but they were inspiring. The feeling is still with me. They inspired me what to do, what I wanted to achieve and how to achieve it."

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "Then my associate decided he had gained enough and wanted a family. There were crowds of Chinese in Chinatown, but very few of them where women. So he did what most of us did: bought a wife from home. I thought that was a sensible way to go. I had many women, I mean non-Chinese women. Usually for just few days. But when I set up a house, of course I wanted a Chinese woman."

The dreams fueled my desires and I follow them willingly - Simon (Characters Speak Series)

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "Then my associate decided he had gained enough and wanted a family. There were crowds of Chinese in Chinatown, but very few of them where women. So he did what most of us did: bought a wife from home. I thought that was a sensible way to go. I had many women, I mean non-Chinese women. Usually for just few days. But when I set up a house, of course I wanted a Chinese woman."

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "But no, what I remember is a city of wooden houses and people jamming everywhere. Shouts and calls and laughter and cry. Beijing, where I was born, on the other side of the world."

The dreams fueled my desires and I follow them willingly - Simon (Characters Speak Series)

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "But no, what I remember is a city of wooden houses and people jamming everywhere. Shouts and calls and laughter and cry. Beijing, where I was born, on the other side of the world."

"Only people familiar to the doorman would enter, and she had never seen this man before." - GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama (dieselpunk novella)

"Only people familiar to the doorman would enter, and she had never seen this man before." - GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama (dieselpunk novella)

"The music didn’t sound like jazz at all. It sounded like nails scratching a blackboard and Michael couldn’t say whether that was what sent a chill down his spine or the intensifying cold" - GIVE IN TO THE FEELING - Read the first chapter

Give in to the Feeling – Chapter 1

"The music didn’t sound like jazz at all. It sounded like nails scratching a blackboard and Michael couldn’t say whether that was what sent a chill down his spine or the intensifying cold" - GIVE IN TO THE FEELING - Read the first chapter

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