A Contented Mind: Love, Hope and the Complicated Mess of Redefining One's Life

A Contented Mind: Love, Hope and the Complicated Mess of Redefining One's Life

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by Samantha Hoffman
     
 
Sometimes it takes seeing the dream before we find the courage to face the nightmare.

Without realizing it, bestselling author Meg Scott, stepped into the life of her dreams. A new beachfront home on the West Coast; a far cry from her secluded home shared only with her faithful Irish setter on Martha’s Vineyard. A gig playing violin with a world renowned

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Sometimes it takes seeing the dream before we find the courage to face the nightmare.

Without realizing it, bestselling author Meg Scott, stepped into the life of her dreams. A new beachfront home on the West Coast; a far cry from her secluded home shared only with her faithful Irish setter on Martha’s Vineyard. A gig playing violin with a world renowned rock band about to depart on a European acoustic tour; friends that easily became the family she lost when young. And upon shaking hands with the band’s drummer, Jadon Hastings, she found love and desire never known beyond the stories she wrote.

Under a hazy California sun, Meg’s dream sits in clear view. To make it her own, she’ll have to confront not only her past, but her future. In doing so, she discovers - those you trust - can’t always be trusted.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984825806
Publisher:
Two Dog Press
Publication date:
11/22/2011
Series:
A Contented Mind Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
344
File size:
567 KB

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A Contented Mind: Love, Hope and the Complicated Mess of Redefining One's Life 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it and i want another! U r soo great at romance. Cutee!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The descriptive words in “A Contented Mind” were so eloquent that at times I was not sure whether I was reading a novel or standing and gazing at a beautiful painting. It was the best escape that I have had in a long time and the underlying message of personal reinvention was very powerful. A great read that I highly recommend! Debra Pizzo College Bookstore Buyer