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The Pillerton Secret - She got away once Can she do it again? - cover

The Pillerton Secret - She got away once Can she do it again?

Gayle Siebert

Publisher: Idyllbeck Opportunities

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Her job is going nowhere. Her marriage is on the rocks. She’s at a crossroads in her life and doesn’t know what to do about it.
 
When her estranged mother passes away, Kathy Klein leaves her Vancouver home and heads to the town she left two decades earlier, planning to stay just long enough to dispose of her mother’s personal belongings. When she discovers she is the rightful heir to the unexpectedly valuable property but she’ll have to fight a powerful cult to claim it, she realizes she’ll have to stay in Pillerton. If she’s successful, it may be permanent.
 
Staying permanently holds more promise than just ownership of the property when her high school sweetheart shows up. They rekindle their long-ago romance and it blooms into a promising relationship. Circumstances seem to be contriving to keep her in Pillerton.
 
As she settles into the old house, long-repressed memories begin to surface. They’re not happy ones. Pillerton is a tangled knot of evil secrets; the house she grew up in is the center of the knot, and without realizing it, she’s unleashed sinister forces.
 
She escaped once. It may be too late to escape again.

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