A Fistful of Fate

A Fistful of Fate

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by Debora Dennis
     
 
Would you die for love...twice?

William Montgomery, a blacksmith wrongly sentenced to death in 1806 for the murder of the woman he loved, cannot rest. As a ghost, he's been bound to Clayton Creek for over two hundred years…waiting for the soul of his true love to find him and finally set him free.

Rebecca Prescott, tormented by a strange

Overview

Would you die for love...twice?

William Montgomery, a blacksmith wrongly sentenced to death in 1806 for the murder of the woman he loved, cannot rest. As a ghost, he's been bound to Clayton Creek for over two hundred years…waiting for the soul of his true love to find him and finally set him free.

Rebecca Prescott, tormented by a strange recurring nightmare of her ancestor’s murder, is drawn to a two-week colonial reenactment at the scene of the ancient crime. She expects to put her nightmares to rest, instead she finds one charming blacksmith and past life memories of an undying love.

William needs to break the witch's curse by winning Rebecca's love in the present and earning her forgiveness for the past before his fistful of magic pearls disappear and he's condemned to Clayton Creek forever.

Can Rebecca’s soul finally reunite with her destined love or will she repeat the past and die once again for the man she loves?

**First published in 2010 by Lyrical Press**

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149361632
Publisher:
Debora Dennis
Publication date:
03/02/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
913,808
File size:
200 KB

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A Fistful of Fate 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
IrishBetty More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best novels I've picked up from an epublisher. The story is so well-crafted, I couldn't put it down. Debora Dennis blends contemporary and historical elements to perfection in this ghost story of redemption and forgiveness. I loved the idea of an 1806, reality-like television reenactment of the main characters lives. The heroine was strong, yet willing to bend. The hero is likable, tortured soul with just enough flaw to make me smile. Great portrayals. I wanted to be in the story. It's a long time since I read a story I wanted to be a part of. :)
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