I loved writing this book for so many reasons . . . the mystery and suspense, of course, but also weaving in time-slipping going back into Larissa Renaud's past for 5 generations, and featuring the strong women who are her ancestors. (I admit that the generational time-weaving scenes sometimes made me tear my hair out!)
The story revolves around an old plantation house first built before the Civil War on a bayou island and the heirloom doll that affects each girl beginning in 1912 and ending in the present day. Larissa must figure out how to break the family curse before she loses her Mamma and her baby sister.
Of course, there's a beautiful doll with icy blue eyes, a curse, a lost fortune, and a family in crisis.
For the next week I'll be regaling you with quotes from the book - to whet your appetite! Here's the first one! Created by Jan Lewis of Author Sidekick.
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