Secrets of Shadow's Glen

Secrets of Shadow's Glen

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1833 Decatur, Georgia Georgia (Gee) Stone, orphaned at age three by a devastating house fire, literally runs into Mason Kents, the denied heir of Shadow's Glen Plantation. Gee's encounters with the opposite sex have always been her worst nightmares come to life, dare she believe that Mason is not like the other men in her life? With a lost past and an uncertain future, what choice does she have but to accept his help? The feisty waif living on the streets of town ignites more than his curiosity as Mason finds his life at a major turning point where he must choose to either continue being his mother's pretty boy or become like the man he always despised - his father. Either choice would end with the same result regardless: the Kents line will end with him. Why would he subject any one to his vile family? As Mason attempts to help Gee discover her past, realization dawns that the fearless Georgia Stone has been unknowingly entangled in his family's sordid past the whole of her life. To tell her the truth would destroy all his plans of a happy life for them. To keep all the secrets from her, he must become like the rest of his despicable relatives. How can he secure their happiness and not become his father in the process? How will Gee ever forgive him if she finds out?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 362 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19mm | 485g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514319357
  • 9781514319352

About Cate Juin

During her off time from her 9-5 corporate job, the eclectic author enjoys the New England countryside with her family whenever possible and coalesces multiple decade's worth of cathartic scribbling into publishable material. Her current passion (obsession) for writing developed over the years and was brought to fruition through the supportive nagging of friends and family who constantly remind her that reaching over-the-hill milestones and being a grandmother does not mark the end of life's journey, but the beginning of new chapters.show more

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