She had prepared herself for a long, lonely summer in a creepy old house by the bay. She had not prepared herself for discovering the letters of a sheltered Edwardian girl. She certainly had not expected to meet her...
Dragged from New York to Texas by her newly-divorced father, Scarlet Beldon braces for a lonely summer in a Victorian house that allows only the faintest of wifi signals. A stack of letters dated 1910 introduces her to the house's former occupant, Clara Castle, who lives with a strict and paranoid father. When a music box connects the girls' worlds, their friendship turns into a mad scramble to unlock the secrets of Clara's future and alter history itself.
|Publisher:||Ever Ink Press|
|Edition description:||Second Printing.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)|
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