Silverbridge by Joan Wolf

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"Joan Wolf writes with an absolute emotional mastery that goes straight to the heart." -Mary Jo Putney

Starring in the role of a lifetime, Tracy Collins goes on location to film a movie set amid the elegance of Regency England. Here, on the lush, sprawling estate of Silverbridge, the American actress is caught between the clashing egos of cast and crew...and undeniably intrigued by Harry Oliver, the devastatingly attractive lord of the manor. Then Tracy begins to have startling visions from the past, more menacing than the dramatic scenes she enacts for the camera. Suddenly, terrifying acts of sabotage and attempted murder-all too real and very much in the present-threaten her and Harry. At stake is a legacy too precious to lose...and a love as fragile as a dream foretold long ago.

Word Count: 96,000 words.

About Joan Wolf

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Joan Wolf has lived most of her adult life with her husband in Milford, Connecticut, where she raised two children and an assortment of horses, dogs and cats. Along the way she also managed to write forty-six published novels, the writing of which profoundly enriched her life.
Published October 22, 2008 by Forever Yours. 416 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Telling himself he's too busy to deal with a movie star, Harry tries to ignore his feelings for Tracy as he fends off a developer's bid to buy a portion of his ancestral estate.

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These include the present time romance of Harry and Tracy, the Regency era romance of Harry's ancestor Lord Charles Oliver and his children's governess Isabel, and the plot of the movie being filmed which includes an innocent wife and a jealous husband.

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