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on 6 April 1999
The move to London seemed liked the perfect plan at the time.  After all, Faye O'Neill had to do something to protect her children from her ex-husband.  She did not want them growing up in fear.  Of course, one look at Tom, her son, and it was obvious that he was afraid.  Tom rarely spoke to anyone except to his mom and to his sister Maddie.  Maddie was better at hiding her fear.   Even though they were on the other side of the ocean, Faye and her kids still lived in fear that some day they would be found. She had rented the apartment, or "flat" as she was informed, without even seeing it.  Faye had been that desperate.  An American professor lived in the flat below her.  The landlady's mother lived in the flat above her.  Faye was extremely curious, as to why they were forbidden to visit the elderly lady.  She kept her questions to herself, because she did not want to lose the flat.   Faye could not have asked for a better place to stay.  Her children warmed to the idea a little better, when they visited the garden and saw the statue of a little boy. Dr. Jack Graham loved challenges.  He certainly found one the day he met Faye and her children.  He believed every child should have the chance to believe in the magic, be it the magic of Santa Claus, Easter Bunny or even Peter Pan.  Clearly, Faye did not believe the same way.  She declared all those things were advertising gimmicks.  Her children would grow up knowing the truth.   Jack's heart went out to the two children.  He was ready for the challenge, though.  He would win over the children and their mother, or there was no such thing as Peter Pan. I laughed.  I cried.  I believed.  The magic leaps off the pages of SECOND STAR TO THE RIGHT and dares one not to believe.  Don't miss this one.  The romance between Faye and Jack plays an important part in the plot, but the primary plot is more about healing old wounds and the power of believing. SECOND STAR TO THE RIGHT is Mary Alice Kruesi's debut book under the Kruesi name.  She has two books written as Mary Alice Monroe.   Her latest book was GIRL IN THE MIRROR.  Ms. Kruesi has created a magical, romantic tale that is guaranteed to touch reader's hearts. SECOND STAR TO THE RIGHT is a "KEEPER". Michelle Johnson, Romance Communications
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