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I Call Your Name by Virginia Young
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I Call Your Name

by Virginia Young

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College text book editor Breeda Flynn lives with her deceased aunt's cat in an inactive bed and breakfast on Martha's Vineyard. Along with the house, she has inherited memories of incidents which happened sixteen years earlier, including the disappearance of Breeda's first love and the brutal death of his mother. When TV producer Joe Pedersen asks to live at her home while writing a book about those incidents, Bree is not happy about the intrusion but allows the attractive man to move in.

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College text book editor Breeda Flynn lives with her deceased aunt's cat in an inactive bed and breakfast on Martha's Vineyard. Along with the house, she has inherited memories of incidents which happened sixteen years earlier, including the disappearance of Breeda's first love and the brutal death of his mother. When TV producer Joe Pedersen asks to live at her home while writing a book about those incidents, Bree is not happy about the intrusion but allows the attractive man to move in with exciting and mysterious consequences.… (more)

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