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The town is filled with rumors claiming that Bradbury Inn is haunted by the spirits of Claire and Matilda Bradbury along with a man named George Walker after a fire destroyed it eighty years ago.
Jillian Levy came to Bradbury Inn to discover the truth. Shortly after she arrives the other person who was at the Inn all those years ago returns.
Mathew Nixen has returned to find his true love, Matilda. He believes the only way to break the curse the inn is under is to find her. He knows that George used voodoo to protect the woman he loved and now they must use voodoo to protect Jillian. They must get Jillian out of the inn before Death comes to take the souls he was denied so long ago. Can they save her in time?
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I live in a small town (population 495) in Wisconsin. From my deck I can see the Mississippi River on one side and the bluffs, where eagles live and nest on the oth…
Beautiful and modest. It's as if I am writing about myself. Ha!
Growing up, I was always modest in my appearance. No low cut shirts, short short skirts, skimpy clothes in general. It just wasn't me. For the love of God, I used to sleep with my bra on. (Trivia fact for when we play "fun things you didn't know about me.")
Being raised LDS also contributed to my modest dressing. Going to church on Sundays we are requested to wear a dress for Sacrament meetings. The 80's lead to some horrific dresses, modest or not. Thankfully, DownEast has stylish yet modest casual dresses. I like to casual some Sundays.
What I like about DownEast is that the dresses they have can even be worn on the job. While I don't see the public in anyway shape or form and feel I should be allowed to go in pj's to work, the owner doesn't quite get that idea so he requires four out of five days we dress business casual. The fifth day is jeans day...yay!