Silken Tide

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When Mark’s world of power and pretty things gets turned upside down, he must return to his hometown of Silk Cove. Not only does love take Mark by surprise, but a string of unexplained events forces him to face who, and what, he is. Silken Tide is a paranormal tale of the sea, the soul, and a love worth fighting for from romance author Danielle E. Gauwain.

Mark has it all: a great job, a posh apartment in New York’s Upper West Side, and an attractive girlfriend to hang on the arm of his expensive suits. But when Mark’s world of power and pretty things gets turned upside down, he has no choice but to return to his hometown of Silk Cove to live with the father that he has not seen in nearly twenty years.

An aspiring artist with dreams of opening her own gallery, it only took Jessica six months in a big city to realize that Silk Cove was where she belonged. Even though she earns a meager wage as a waitress at a local diner, her simple life in Silk Cove suits her well. She has everything she needs…everything but love.

When Jessica and Mark’s worlds collide, sparks fly. But their romance is challenged by a string of unexplained events and Mark’s creed, born of abandonment and mistrust. Mark’s set of principles is put to the test when he must face who, and what, he is. Jessica must decide if love is worth a second, or even third chance.

Content Notes: Spicy, Contemporary, Paranormal, Selkies, Sea Creatures

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