Heirs of Watson Island #2
On Sale: October 27, 2015
Featuring: Cassie; Barrie
Hardcover / e-Book
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Young Adult Paranormal | Young Adult Romance
Beautiful Creatures meets Gone with the Wind in the
spellbinding second novel in the Heirs of Watson Island
trilogy that “skillfully blends rich magic and folklore with
adventure, sweeping romance, and hidden treasure”
(Publishers Weekly, on Compulsion).
Grieving the death of her godfather and haunted by her
cousin Cassie’s betrayal, Barrie returns from a trip to San
Francisco to find the Watson plantation under siege.
Ghost-hunters hope to glimpse the ancient spirit who sets
the river on fire each night, and reporters chase rumors of
a stolen shipment of Civil War gold that may be hidden at
Colesworth Place. The chaos turns dangerous as Cassie hires
a team of archeologists to excavate beneath the mansion
ruins. Because more is buried there than treasure.
A stranger filled with magic arrives at Watson’s Landing
claiming that the key to the Watson and Beaufort gifts—and
the Colesworth curse—also lies beneath the mansion. With a
mix of threats and promises, the man convinces Barrie and
Cassie to cast a spell there at midnight. But what he
conjures may have deadly consequences.
While Barrie struggles to make sense of the escalating peril
and her growing feelings for Eight Beaufort, it’s impossible
to know whom to trust and what to fight for—Eight or
herself. Millions of dollars and the fate of the founding
families is at stake. Now Barrie must choose between what
she feels deep in her heart and what will keep Watson’s
Landing safe in this stunning addition to a series filled
with “decadent settings, mysterious magic, and family
histories rife with debauchery” (Kirkus Reviews, on Compulsion).
Heirs of Watson Island
1 comment posted.
Your latest book sounds like quite a page-turner!! I love
the story line, and have put your book on my TBR list. I
know it's going to make an exciting read when I get to it.
Congratulations on your book!! Should you ever decide to
write your memoir, I'm sure that would make for an exciting
read as well. My heart goes out to you for what you and your
family had to go through to find freedom, and am glad that
you finally made it to our shores!! Otherwise, we would not
be graced with your wonderful writings.
(Peggy Roberson 9:21am October 29, 2015)
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