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SUMMER OF 1840: ON THE SHORES OF SINGLETARY

SUMMER OF 1840: ON THE SHORES OF SINGLETARY
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Lucinda longs for intimacy, with her natural desire to be touched often commanding her attention. Instead of fulfilling her desires, she remains fearful of love, and in turn, fearful of happiness in this world. Given that she has lived most of her young adult life in the shadow of a dark secret, the prospect of happiness remains a distant hope. Suddenly, on July 4th, 1840, a chance encounter with an intriguing gentleman begins to reshape her world, and on the evening of the Sturgeon Moon, after a night of dance, Lucinda is lifted from the darkness, her life changed evermore. As summer wanes, the evil that dwelled dormant within the depths of her soul, reemerges. In desperation, on November 4th, 1840, she sits to pen a letter of distress entitled "Happiness," her hope for love, seemingly lost forever. A page-turning romance, steeped in historical facts, the Summer of 1840 evocatively reminds us that our distant past is not so distant at all.
ISBN/SKU: 
9781546698227
Publication Date: 
2017-07-24
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