Secret of the Stone

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MIRA, 1999 - Fiction - 250 pages
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Paige Matheson is reputed to be as beautiful as the alabaster sculptures she creates--and just as cold. An intensely private person, she is perfectly happy living by herself, her only passion her work. That is, until drifter Jesse Dallas walks into her life.

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User Review  - Cara Correll - Goodreads

This book touched my heart. It had great love to it, desire, and tugged at the heart strings. Thank you for sharing this story with the rest of us. There are so many emotions that we may go through in our lives and this brought some of them to light that may be overlooked. Read full review

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User Review  - Julie Barrett - Goodreads

Secret of the Stone by Barbara Delinsky Paige Matheson, Ice maiden is the stone artist that others want to penetrate her hard shell. Jessie Dallas and his friend Ben have a bet he can break her, in a ... Read full review


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Barbara Delinsky was born on August 9, 1945 in suburban Boston. She received a B.A. in psychology from Tufts University and an M.A. in sociology from Boston College. After graduate school, she worked as a researcher with the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. After her first child was born, she worked as a photographer and reporter for the Belmont Herald. She has written more than 60 novels including Shades of Grace, Coast Road, While My Sister Sleeps and Not My Daughter. Some of her novels have been made into television movies including Three Wishes starring Valerie Bertinelli and A Woman's Place starring Lorraine Bracco. She wrote the nonfiction book Uplift: Secrets from the Sisterhood of Breast Cancer Survivors. She has also written under the pen names Bonnie Drake and Billie Douglass.

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