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This book was inspired by the band Celtic Woman.
Alanna is a singer in a Celtic band. While on tour, her husband Liam is killed by a car bomb. The bands manager Barry; offers her a marriage of convenience so she can gain her U.S. citizenship. Jesse was Liam's best friend and quickly takes his place in the band. Living at Barry's family mansion becomes more challenging each day as strange things begin happening. She must find a way to get through this difficult time so she can give birth to her child.
Unabridged audio CD; approximately 9 hours of listening; read by Devon O'Day.
|Format: Compact disc|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson on Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2017
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Alanna has been plagued by tragedy. So it should come as no surprise that in the beauty that surrounds Charleston, all is not as it seems.
When her husband is killed by a car bomb while their band is on tour in Charleston, Alanna doesn’t know where to turn. Her father-in-law is threatening to take custody of the baby she carries, but the one thing she knows for sure is that she can’t lose the last piece of Liam she has left.
Their manager offers her a marriage of convenience to gain her U.S. citizenship and allow her to escape her father-in-law’s control. It seems like the perfect solution . . . but her doubts begin almost as soon as she arrives at Barry’s family home, a decaying mansion surrounded by swamp.
To make matters worse, Liam’s best friend survived the car bomb. She’s never really liked Jesse and now she can’t seem to get away from him. When he takes Liam’s place in their band, it’s almost more than she can bear.
But then things start happening. Things that could easily cost Alanna her life—or the life of her unborn child. Are they merely coincidences? Or is there something much more sinister at work?