Julia Fairchild by Louise Gaylord

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Raised in upper-class Manhattan society, Julia has settled in small-town New Mexico, created a prospering counseling practice and is preparing to marry her love, Mac Brantley, a successful doctor and the younger son of a prominent local family. But everything starts to unravel the day Mac “kidnaps” Julia and flies her to an idyllic wilderness setting for a romantic mid-week picnic. Lightning strikes—literally—and though her injury is minor, everything begins to change. Julia’s exploration of herself and the future she once thought so secure is engaging, intriguing…and full of surprises.

About Louise Gaylord

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Louise Gaylord is a published short story writer and a playwright. She divides her time between Houston. Texas; Montecito, California and the Adirondacks. She is now at work on the next Allie Armington mystery. She lives in Houston, TX.
Published January 1, 2007 by Little Moose Press. 296 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Page by page we learn little dark secrets about all of the main players, amounting to little jigsaw puzzle-sized clues which the author uses to tantalize the reader.

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