By Vicki Hinze
"[A} smart fusion of humor, secret, and romance." - Publishers Weekly"Powerful and uplifting." - Literary TimesWhimsy. Serenity. And a marginally of Magic. The Seascape lodge. advertising govt Maggie Wright and artist T.J. MacGregor are associated by means of a mysterious vehicle twist of fate that killed Maggie's cousin, Carolyn, T.J.'s fiancée. whilst Maggie arrives at the Maine coast decided to get solutions from T.J., she discovers a tortured guy who's certain to the Seascape lodge via supernatural forces. regardless of the tragedy that stands among them, Maggie and T.J. start to fall in love, looking solutions and a therapeutic spirit they could by no means in attaining. Vicki Hinze is the award-winning writer of 24 novels, four nonfiction books and 1000's of articles, released in as many as sixty-three nations. She is well-known via who is Who on the earth as an writer and as an educator. stopover at her at vickihinze.com.
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A black man stood across the cavernous room. His hand shoved into his slacks pocket had his suit jacket bunched up and pushed back at his hip. He had a kind, sensitive face, a tall, graceful body—clearly a runner—and, from his expression, the painting on the wall before him entranced him. He wasn’t a collector. While nice and immaculately pressed, his suit wasn’t expensive, and collectors who acquired art via Lakeview Gallery were notoriously as wealthy as the gallery was prestigious. More likely, he was an employee.
Fought hard, then harder, but the unseen demon wouldn’t let go. His strength drained. Helpless and weak, he crumbled onto the rocky ground, and despair settled in. God help him, it was happening again. And again there was nothing he could do to stop it. Sensation dulled. He ceased struggling. And he sensed... nothing. After two years in what amounted to a self-imposed prison, Maggie Wright stepped off the riverfront sidewalk and into Lakeview Gallery. A warm blast of heat welcomed her, and somewhere in the back of the building a bell tinkled softly, announcing her arrival.
During his time here, most guests had attributed Seascape’s “special” assets to its caretaker, Miss Hattie, an angel if ever one walked the earth. But some had claimed Seascape itself the haven: a wonderful old house with seemingly magical, soothing powers where a person could come broken-bodied, or broken-spirited, gaze out upon the star-spangled sea, and heal. On departing, three guests had seemed disturbed, though they’d refused to disclose their reasons, which could have been entirely unrelated to the inn.