by Janet Scaife Publish: Apr 19, 2020Contemporary RomanceParanormal Romance
When nineteen year old Lucinda married a man more than twice her age she considered those who openly derided the marriage, saying it wasn't right and it wouldn't last, to be jealous and bitter - because James was a very wealthy man and she was only the daughter of the village tart. Lucinda proved them all wrong when the marriage lasted very happily for fifteen years. Until the age difference that had never meant anything to her, or James, suddenly turned into a gaping chasm filled with the word dementia! Lucinda tried her best to look after James at home, but sadly he became filled with an anger that made him react violently towards her and she had to give in and let him go into a nursing home. It was at the nursing home Lucinda was introduced to Mark Richardson, vicar of St Matthews church and chaplain to the nursing home, and she found her life suddenly turned into a turmoil of loving two men. While Mark was fighting the beliefs of the collar at his neck and The Ten Commandments his calling made clear should never be broken.
BIOGRAPHY In 1991 I won The Romantic Novelists' New Writer of the Year Award for my first book, a romance. I went on to write sagas, then had a break. Three years ago I began again with Aphrodite's Child set in Cyprus. Casanova's is a follow on to that story. The One Meant to Last is a new story. What I call my starting again books are all contemporary romances. The first two with a touch of the paranormal, the third, The One Meant to Last, touches on reincarnation and has more of the paranormal in it. Being a psychic myself I like to put some of this part of me into my stories.
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