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Victoria's Visions - Song of the Mages

Jean Hart Stewart

Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing

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Summary

How can Vicky reconcile the two conflicting visions that haunt her every thought? In one, she and Cabot are walking on a beautiful shore, hand in hand and happy. In the other, he is weeping beside her bedside. They can’t both be true, can they? 
Vicky is deeply in love with this handsome visitor from the States, but despite his obvious desire for her, Cabot leaves her. Cabot is as devastated as Vicky, but feels obligated to marry the girl who tricked him into a proposal. Realizing he can never love anyone but Vicky, he leaves to straighten out his life. Vicky, a blue-ribbon cook, does little but make delicious meals for her family, and mourn Cabot’s loss. 
Her two conflicting visions haunt Vicky. Mages’ visions are always true, but she can’t reconcile hers. How can they both be her destiny? 
Vicky saves several small animals with her mage abilities, but doing so earns the enmity of three vicious louts. When they capture Vicky and her friend Linnet with rape in mind, she fears she can’t save herself without endangering Linnet. 
Will her mage abilities be enough? Can Cabot find her in time to help her? Or is the dire second vision destined to come true as she loses everything she longs for?

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