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Alicia's Song by Susan Plunkett

Alicia's Song

by Susan Plunkett

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In Search of Perfect Harmony

For Alicia James, something was missing, and her entire life seemed off-key. Her childhood romance hadn't ended the way she dreamed, and to be honest, she was wary of trying again. Still, she found solace in the fact that her career was inspiring and her sisters were the most loving family a woman could have. And together with those sisters, Alicia found a magic in song that seemed almost able to carry away her woes.

In fact, singing carried Alicia away--from her home in modern-day Wyoming to Alaska, a century before her own. There she found everything she’d been lacking: a sexy, dark-haired gentleman with an angelic child just crying out for guidance. And Alicia, who’d always felt she’d needed direction herself, was everything this pair needed. Suddenly it seemed as if life were reaching out and giving Alicia the chance to create a beautiful music she’d never been able to make with her sisters--all she needed was the courage to sing her part.

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