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Effortless Enchantment - A Memoir of Magic Magnetism and Miracles - cover

Effortless Enchantment - A Memoir of Magic Magnetism and Miracles

Karen Lorre

Publisher: Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press

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Have you ever noticed that there are those people who shine so much that no one can help but think they are special?
What is that magical energy that somehow lights them up from the inside? How do they harness that magic and use it to create the lives of their dreams – even when they don’t realize they have it?
And what happens when they lose their magic? Can they ever get it back?
That’s what happened to Karen Lorre.
The Playboy Playmate and One Life to Live star had unknowingly let the universe guide her most of her life – until a dear ex-boyfriend killed himself, her father died, and she became embroiled in a lawsuit against a pedophilic youth minister.
All this happened when Karen was newly married to the man of her dreams, an incredible, romantic, brilliant man.
She went from being the happiest wife to being divorced, devastated, alone, missing her husband with all her heart, and unable to work, function well, or stay awake.
She had devoted herself to her acting career and to her now ex-husband, but she had lost it all.
Though she was in such despair, that small voice within urged her to find her way back to her own special magic, even when all she craved was oblivion.
Karen invites you on an inspiring journey through adventures, extravagant experiences, insights, and chance meetings that reminded her to reconnect with who she really is, to tap into her special magic in a whole new way, and to cause that small voice within her to boom louder than anything else. Let her stories inspire you to reconnect with your own magic in a whole new way, too.
Get ready for new adventures with Effortless Enchantment

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