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She sold hope …
In the sleepy seaside town of Cobweb Corners, Keighley Woodson tells fortunes from her grandparents’ old Victorian home. Hidden inside the safety of her lush tea garden, stone paths, paintings, and the love of everyone who knows her, she has everything she needs—except a forever romance to call her own.
And maybe a little magic.
Driven by pain, reporter Connor Jakes is bent on exposing the frauds inside New England’s psychic industry. But Keighley is no fraud, that much is plain to see. Her beauty stirs him. The way she guides those in trouble back toward their dreams touches his soul. Maybe, just maybe, he’ll find in her a dream he thought he’d given up on long ago.
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"Quite the most charming story I've read in quite a while.
Keighley's grandmother is a renowned fortune teller. She and her grandmother had different styles of reading fortunes and she's quite lonely. She's quite great at telling others what they need to hear, but you know how it is… you know what's good for others, but not for yourself. In walks Connor Jakes, a journalist, dead set on exposing Keighley as a fraud. The problem… there was a spark.
I thought this was quite magical. Their interactions were beautiful. While everything between them was subtle, it was sweet. It was a fun read and I adored every minute of it." -The Romance Reviews