Their love ended in tragedy years ago. Now, with a little magic, can it be revived?
An extraordinary meeting at a pond on a hot summer night brought Serena and Justin together. She was a long-time resident of Salem, he a professor from New York researching witchcraft. Despite having just met, they made love under a witch’s moon as if they had known each other their whole lives. There was something familiar about him, as if she had spent her entire life waiting for him. Love has not always been kind to Serena’s family. Could her ancestors be trying to rewrite their own tragic stories by giving these modern-day lovers the happy ending they never had? This ebook features an illustrated biography of Heather Graham including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
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About the Author
Heather Graham (b. 1953) is a bestselling author of more than 150 romance, suspense, and historical novels that have sold seventy-five million copies worldwide. Raised in Florida, Graham went to college for theater arts, and spent several years acting, singing, and bartending before she devoted herself to writing. Her first novel, When Next We Love, was published in 1982. Although she became famous as an author of romance novels, Graham has since branched out into supernatural horror, historical fiction, and suspense, with titles such as Tall, Dark, and Deadly (1999), Long, Lean, and Lethal (2000), and Dying to Have Her (2001). In 2003 the Romance Writers of America, whose Florida chapter Graham founded, granted her a lifetime achievement award. She lives, writes, and scuba dives in Florida with her husband and five children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
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Too much of this book is spent describing the two main characters perfect physiques. We get it, Justin is muscular and handsome. He's also intelligent, funny, brave, passionate, and sensitive. And we get that Serena is the most epically beautiful woman to ever live in Massachusetts. What I don't get is how Heather Graham fails to understand that flawed characters, imperfect characters are more relatable and compelling. Don't get me wrong, Serena's incessant whining, temper tantrums and idiocy make her imperfect, but they also make her impossible to like. Every other character exists as a caricature...as a plot device to ultimately make the two mind-numbingly boring leads seem important. Also, there is NO WAY I am the only one who thinks getting engaged to a stranger you've slept with three times, and only known for a week is insane. Not romantic, not exciting...just a terrible idea. Not only a stranger, but one who bullies you into being with him, and expects you to do all the cooking and cleaning like a good little wifey. Maybe this would have passed for romance in the 50s, but it leaves a bad taste now.
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