What happens when a three-year-old child goes missing right before Christmas in this town you’ve sworn to protect? You do whatever it takes to find her and bring her home.
Even if the only lead you have is a gypsy empath you have reason to mistrust?
The author of more than 75 original novels, in twenty languages, Tara Taylor Quinn is a USA Today bestseller with over seven million copies sold. She is known for delivering intense, emotional fiction. Tara has appeared on national and local TV across the country, including CBS Sunday Morning. Tara is a supporter of the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
It was another man's hand who shattered her trust and stole her saved innocence on one fateful night. And yet another man she lay cold beside in a loveless marriage-of-convenience bed. Yes, bad things happened after Tara broke up with Tim. Very bad things that she hid between the pages of the romance novels she would become famous for writing as 'Tara Taylor Quinn.' These were stories of love triumphant, and yet Tara's own sad marriage had finally come to an end.
But when an e-mail message from Tim Barney suddenly upends her world, the past is brought into shocking focus. Does she remember him--the guy from college whose heart she broke? He's never forgotten her.
Plunged into a plot twist beyond her own imaginings, Tara has to discover if love can be as real as the kind she writes about. Is it possible that after years of emotional isolation, this best-selling author may finally embrace a happily-ever-after of her own?
Desde que su madre los había dejado, Kelsey Shepherd vivía con su padre, Mark, que además era el director de su colegio. Kelsey quería a su padre y echaba mucho de menos a su madre, pero no le gustaba el secreto que su madre le había pedido que guardara._x000D_
Meredith Foster, la profesora de Kelsey, parecía percibir que algo iba mal, y solía visitar a la niña. A Kelsey le gustaban aquellas visitas, así que se le ocurrió que quizá su padre y ella pudieran enamorarse, aunque se suponía que los directores y los profesores no debían besarse…