Time after Time

Time after Time

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by Antoinette Stockenberg
     
 

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Time After Time is the story of a Newport working girl who falls in love with one of the richest men in town--and the ghost of his ancestor. The heroine, a divorcee who's built a nice business for herself as a children's party planner, has hopes of breaking into the glitzier and more lucrative events of Newport society. Figuring that proximity is half the…  See more details below

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Time After Time is the story of a Newport working girl who falls in love with one of the richest men in town--and the ghost of his ancestor. The heroine, a divorcee who's built a nice business for herself as a children's party planner, has hopes of breaking into the glitzier and more lucrative events of Newport society. Figuring that proximity is half the battle, she buys a tiny cottage adjacent to the huge estates of Bellevue Avenue.

As the heroine becomes more involved with her wealthy neighbors, she and her outlandish and amnesia-stricken friend, Victoria St. Onge, discover a sealed cache of old letters which detail the bizarre story of thwarted love almost a century old.

More and more prestigious parties are planned in Newport by our heroine and she becomes closer and closer to her neighbor, but at the same time a man begins appearing to her--the ghost of her neighbor's grandfather who planned to marry a working-class girl like herself all of those years ago, but was stopped by his family's ambitions and the mysterious death of his older brother... all of which is chronicled in the stash of old letters.

The grandfather has returned, however, because he's not going to let class distinctions stand in the way of true love any longer. His only problem now is keeping the heroine from falling in love with him instead of his grandson.

Antoinette has written another witty and down-to-earth (yes, even the ghost) paranormal romance.

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Jill Smith
A novel to be savored. -- Romantic Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780440216766
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
07/01/1995
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
4.18(w) x 6.85(h) x 1.17(d)

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