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2013 Rainbow Awards Submission: Penelope Grey - Infinitiy's Song

Infinity's Song (Siren's Song Series) by Penelope Grey
Series: Siren's Song Series
Paperback: 214 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 5, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1482582279
ISBN-13: 978-1482582277
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Cassandra Blake and Helen Walker, both successful professionals who live on Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, have been in a committed relationship for eighteen years. They have it all – or so they thought. Their outwardly happy, loving and richly-rewarding life suddenly comes off the tracks when tragic events from both their pasts gradually come back to drive a wedge between them. The walls they’ve each built to protect their own hearts have created a rift so wide in their marriage that it may not be surmountable. A chance encounter forces Cassandra to finally face the demons of one fateful night and to bring out the real person she has spent years hiding away. Helen’s struggle is to cast aside the darkness of her own painful past and attempt to reconfigure her life – the only way she can save herself and her life with Cassandra. Infinity’s Song is the first in the Siren’s Song Series. It is a story about destruction, discovery and reconstruction.

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