"Sala keeps the tension high and the pace hopping." – Publishers WeeklyFrank Whitman’s name was reviled in the tiny village of Marmet, Maine, after he stole a fortune from the local bank and skipped town on his wife and daughter Sarah. They were left behind to deal with years of shame and torment around the scandal. Now his body has been found at the bottom of Flagstaff Lake—throwing doubt on all that Sarah thought she knew. Has her father been innocent this entire time?Sarah’s new obsession is uncovering the true thief and killer—which is making some people nervous. What she finds will make her the next target. But her childhood crush, Tony DeMarco, comes out of the woodworks acting desperate to keep her safe. Is this the beginning of a rekindled love? Or does Tony have something to hide?First published in 2002, Dark Water received critical acclaim and a worldwide legion of fans for its fast-paced romantic suspense.
Like her mother and grandmother, Laurel Scanlon has the gift of second sight. Her day-to-day existence has left her unfulfilled in life and in love, but every night she welcomes the retreat into her dreams and the recurring image of her true love.
When her grandmother dies, Laurel is drawn back to her ancestral home, Mimosa Grove, in the heart of Louisiana bayou country. Here, Laurel’s ways are revered—like her grandmother’s before her—and the community asks her to help find a missing four-year-old girl.
But she’s in for a shock when the missing girl’s uncle, Justin Bouvier, turns out to be the man from her dream. When she learns that Justin has been dreaming of her too, they both realize they are part of something special. Together they face threats both seen and unseen.
Mimosa Grove was first published in 2004 under the name Dinah McCall.
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