Galveston casts a spell ... It is a novel that sweeps you into a long-ago world of passion..love and splendor ... It is an epic of the Texas town they called America's island of lost dreams. It is the saga of three beautiful, headstrong women ... Claire, whose memory of lost love poisoned in the lives of everyone who cared for her. Serena, who sacrificed her last hopes of happiness for the child she would never see. Willa, liberated as only a Texas oil heiress could be..a woman who could have anything - except the secret of her own identity.
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