I love this review for Portrait of Conspiracy. Thank you so much, Marti, for sharing your thoughts with other readers.
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A wonderful review of Portrait of Conspiracy posted on mysterysequels.com Thank you so much, Marika.
THANK YOU, RICKI WILSON.
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Jack Lamont is a young bachelor who shies away from marriage for fear he wouldn’t make a good dad. Mary Malone, a young widow with children, is struggling to pay her bills. In real life, Jack and Mary would likely never meet, much less fall in love, but anything can happen in a fairy tale.
Jack has a chance encounter with Zelda, the mysterious Psychic Queen of Cricket Falls, Colorado, who warns him he must align his emotional age with his biological age or he’s doomed. She has a vision of Jack’s demise one year from his doctor’s death, which Jack thinks is unlikely to happen anytime soon.
After the doctor dies the following day, Jack is desperate to find Zelda to learn how he can change his destiny. Unable to find her, he turns to his friend, Mike, who has a plan. Unfortunately, it involves what Jack fears second only to death, becoming a mature married man with kids. With less than a year to go, and no mate in sight, Jack advertises on the Internet for a pretend family.
Mary is willing to help, but only with the understanding that when Jack dies she gets his beautiful lakeside cabin. Oh, and one other thing, absolutely no sex.
But what happens if Jack lives?
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