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Spring House Audio CD – Unabridged, July 9 2019
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The lives of two women, generations apart, converge in this enthralling novel of love, mystery, memories, and secrets.
Pregnant and still grieving the death of her fiancé, historian Megan Buchanan is forging ahead on a dream project: to restore to its original glory the landmark hunting lodge her own great-great-grandfather built on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. With the help of her fiancé’s caring best friend, it’s sure to draw much-needed tourist revenue to Cape Hudson, a town rich in southern history.
However, it’s Spring House, the caretaker’s cottage on the grounds, that holds the most intriguing history for Megan. In a cache of old letters, she’s drawn into the captivating life of a young woman who embarked on her own dream adventure a century ago. With each one, Megan is swept away into her enthralling world—and all its secrets. But Megan has secrets too.
Now, as one woman’s past unfolds in each revealing letter, Megan will discover more about herself and about the emotional tides of family that can be weathered with those you love and trust the most.
- Publisher : Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (July 9 2019)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1721373950
- ISBN-13 : 978-1721373956
- Item weight : 213 g
- Dimensions : 16.51 x 2.86 x 13.97 cm
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I'm fascinated by history and how we and the world have come to be where we are. As an amateur historian genealogist, I identified with the uncovering of the past through a house and it's contents. I think many of us would love to do the same.
Being British - a mixture of Welsh, English, Scottish and Irish (the last yet to be verified), I needed to look up a few things I wasn't certain I understood. Thank goodness for the internet. I no longer have to make do with guessing what I think things are. I live not far from France, as the crow flies, and I've been to Le Have. I've also been lucky enough to go to Virginia a couple of times, though not the Chesapeake coast. I've only flown over that. It's not essential to know places in stories but it can help to feel more connected.
The women in this story are fascinating. If they were real I'd rather like to meet them.