Afterlove by Robert Rosenblum

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An earring, that was all. But for the earring, everything would have been different. Life would have gone on as it had before; not perfect, not without problems, but a life like most people had. Normal, happy most of the time, filled with small but mainly satisfying events.

The greatest irony was that Kate's desire to wear the earrings that morning at the end of September arose out of her belief in them as a proven good luck charm... --from Afterlove

About Robert Rosenblum

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Robert Rosenblum is the New York Times bestselling author of over twenty novels under various pseudonyms. He lives in New York City.
Published March 4, 2003 by NAL Hardcover. 320 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Alas, Kate goes back to Gabriel Farr, intending to find out about his murky past: he was a surf bum in Hawaii, and his Nantucket property came down to him through a circuitous path from a long-ago Farr.

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While she's still reeling from grief, Kate goes on a trip to Nantucket Island to help a friend close her cottage, and she hears of a local recluse who is said to have driven a ghost from a nearby B and B.

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Sensing Kate's expansive expectations about making contact with her husband and daughters, Farr is reluctant to help her, knowing that she could be very disappointed.

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