CAN LOVE FIND EACH OTHER THRU THE CENTURIES?

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By Carole Ann Moleti
Genre: Cape Cod Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Soulmate

Release date: April 13, 2016

Goodreads: http://bit.ly/1SKt1Ia

Blurb:

Liz Levine is convinced her recently deceased husband is engineering the sequence of events that propels her into a new life. But it’s sea captain Edward Barrett, the husband that died over a century ago, who has returned to complete their unfinished business. Edward’s lingering presence complicates all her plans and jeopardizes a new relationship that reawakens her passion for life and love. What are Captain Barrett’s plans for his wife, and for the man who is the new object of her affections?

Excerpt:

Liz opened the lid of a large trunk affixed with shipping labels dated from 1865 to 1875. Inside, neatly folded, were women’s clothes, hats, and shoes. She examined a night chemise that resembled a long slip with lace trim. “This is English linen, Irish lace though.”

Mae didn’t answer. Liz peeled away layers of yellowed paper. Silk and velvet dresses with coordinating hats and high button shoes were stored in their original boxes. Undergarments, corsets, garters, and hosiery were wrapped in linen bags. The aroma of lavender lingered in a sachet tucked in the corner.

“You won’t be findin’ this clothin’ in the Sea Captain’s Thrift Shop,” Mae hung the dresses in the closet.

They arranged the intimate garments in the antique dresser. Liz left the shoes and hats in the trunk and pushed it against the wall.

“How could no one have noticed these for so many years?” said Liz. “It’s too damp up here to leave them out. I’ll donate them to the Brewster Historical Society and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.”

“Keep this nightgown, Miss Lizzy.” Mae hung it on a hanger over the closet door. “The sachet kept it fresh and the wrinkles will come out in time. A real lady lived here. The best of everything.”

Liz watched the girls fluffing pillows and turning down covers on the four-poster bed. Another moment of déjà vu diffused through the room.

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I received an ARC from the AUTHOR CAROLE ANN MOLETI in exchange for an honest opinion. This is Mismousey very honest of her book BREAKWATER BEACH.

Having never read anything that Ms Moleti has written before. I was unsure of what to expect. As I opened the cover of the remarkable book. I was at once spell bound with the very first page of the story. At once I had to have more and more of the fascinating – very intriguing -spirit filled story . You find yourself pulled right into the book from the moment you start reading it till the very end.

The timeline going back and forth from present day to past is written -and blended together so well That you don’t realize  you are going back and forth between centuries.

Ms. Moleti has a creative and genuine talent. One that you can see and feel as she takes pen to paper. Her characters jump to life right before your eyes The way in which in the scenes are written in such detail. Ms. Moleti describes everything in such the smallest detail right down the smallest shell in the water.

As  our story opens our main character Liz has just lost her husband Gerry to cancer. She is so lost and feels that feels that her life has ended. She needs to start over in another house and town as they spoken about. Gerry and her had talked about buying a house in Cape. So she called about seeing some houses.The moment she saw the Barrett house she ha to have it. It was pulling it to her. There is something there drawing her here. Telling her this is the house for her. She belongs here.

Knowing that she is going to purchase this house. She goes back home to meet with her attorney. Already knowing what he is gong to say about her purchasing  the  home.An the fact it needs so needs so many repairs. She expects him to say no say. But it’s  too late Liz has already purchased the Barrett House. She informs Bill Jeffers – whom her husband had put in charge of the estate. That she had just purchased the house and need the funds available by the following day. He was furious with her. What he wanted her to do was to marry him not make a move to another city. Once he made a move on her she left the room and hired another attorney right away. Liz made sure that she was able to purchase Barrett House and move by the date she had already told them she would.

The Barrett House as Liz saw it was going to be turned into a beautiful B&B – and a museum. She would be living in the master suite while renting out the other bedrooms.  During the restoration of the house – she found herself drawn to what is called the WIDOWS WALK. Liz is being pulled by the spirit of Edward Barrett. Her past husband. She finds herself reliving her past life in 1877 with Edward.

Now this story has lots of twist and turns . You never know which way you are going. In the past or present. Will Liz be able to handle her dead husbands? What about her son Jay? He thinks she has lost it – and needs someone else to handle the money. Mom took the control from Bill and he doesn’t think that’s right.Will Liz finally find happiness again? For all these answer and more YOU NEED TO READ THE BOOK!! I recommend this book to ALL!! Mismousey gives this a 80 out of 5 mouse paws. NOW MAKE SURE TO ADD THIS TO YOUR GOODREADS READING LIST THEN SPIRIT YOUR WAY TO GET YOUR COPY AS FAST AS POSSIBLE!!!

I am so Looking forward to reading the next book in this amazing series! Ms Moleti you have done a SUPER EXCELLENT JOB  on this story. I am so thankful that you asked me to read your book. It was a privilege and honor to do so. I must say , I will be reading the next books in this series!!!

 

Find out more on Carole Ann Moleti’s Website http://www.caroleannmoleti.com/the-unfinished-business-series/

Buy Breakwater Beach on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1SKtYjR

Also Available- Book 2: The Widow’s Walk


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Available in ebook and print: http://amzn.to/1SKry4K

Book 3: Storm Watch coming in 2017

 

Author Bio:

Carole Ann Moleti lives and works as a nurse-midwife in New York City, thus explaining her fascination with all things paranormal, urban fantasy, and space opera. Her nonfiction focuses on health care, politics, and women’s issues. But her first love is writing science fiction and fantasy because walking through walls is less painful than running into them.

The first book in Carole’s Cape Cod paranormal romance novel series, The Widow’s Walk, was published by Soulmate and is now out as an e book and in print. The prequel, Breakwater Beach, will be released in April 2016.

Urban fantasies set in the world of Carole’s novels have been featured in Haunted: Ten Tales of Ghosts, Seers: Ten Tales of Clairvoyance, Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft, and Bites: Ten Tales of Vampires.

Carole also writes non fiction that ranges from sweet and sentimental in This Path and Thanksgiving to Christmas to edgy and irreverent in the Not Your Mother’s Books: On Being a Mother and On Being a Parent.

Why did Book 2 come out before Book 1? Check out her website or subscribe to her newsletter for a special gift (a PDF of Haunted: Ten Tales of Ghosts) and bonus content. http://www.caroleannmoleti.com/the-unfinished-business-series/ Newsletter subscription: http://eepurl.com/bfNver

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