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Christian YA Romance Targets History Buffs

An unusual dream provokes a 17-year-old soon-to-be college history major named Abe to research former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln's life -- and change his own.

PRLog - Jan. 22, 2013 - TAMPA, Fla. -- In a dream, a 17-year-old soon-to-be college history major overhears a strange conversation between Abraham Lincoln and God. Honest Abe tells God he shouldn't be given all the credit for ending slavery and saving the Union.

" 'It’s not like I singlehandedly put the nation back together again. I wasn’t even there anymore! I died!' ”  Lincoln exclaims.

The unusual dream provokes the 17-year-old named Abe to research the life of Lincoln, only to discover he and Lincoln have more in common than their first names: They both had sweethearts named Ann.

Lincoln lost his girl to typhoid fever; the modern Abe ditched his girl because he thought he'd end up marrying her at a young age.

In Together Again, a short Christian romance aimed at teens and history buffs, readers learn no one should serve as a wedge between God and man. And the modern Abe learns to cherish love when you find it, at any age.

The ebook by Cheryl Rogers, the publisher of New Christian Books Online Magazine, is now available in multiple ebook formats. It can be purchased for 99 cents at the New Christian Books Online Store (http://www.songsfromtheword.com/NewChristianBooks/store/p...) and other e-retail outlets.

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