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Spirit Of The Sea
by Donna Crocker

Category: Romance/Mainstream
Description: James was given a second chance at life. He has to tell Bailey that when he died he was given that second chance. Will she believe him or think he is a crazy man who needs help? How do you tell the woman you have loved for years that your spirit is inside another body? How do you make her understand that you were given another chance at life. Would she be able to believe him and love this new body and face.
eBook Publisher: Solstice Publishing,
eBookwise Release Date: December 2011

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Words: 3064
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Bailey sat looking out the dome of windows into the darkness, which stretched out across the ocean waters. She had lived in the lighthouse now for twelve months. Being a night guard for the coast guard was the best job in her life. Her father before her had done it for twenty years and Bailey was offered the job when he died. It was the only home she had known so she had accepted the post without much thought. When asked would she have a problem being out there by herself so isolated she assured them that she was fine with it.

She had always been alone. Her mother had passed away when she was born so it had always been her and her father. When he had passed away she was once again alone. While he slept through the day she would take the small row boat across the waters to the beach. She would walk the white sandy beach daily. Always getting back to the lighthouse before her father woke.

Now she was truly alone sitting here looking out into the darkness. All was quite tonight even though the clouds looked like a storm might be coming in. She could see the mist and fog rolling in from the drop of temperature on the water.


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