They had waited at the train station as long as they could, but the boy never showed up. Mr. Jules, the owner of Haleub Place, would likely be disappointed, but what else could they do? In the meantime, the sudden appearance of the orphan-like Marcus kept them busy as they looked for his parents. He was a hard worker and adept at aiding the groundskeeper. But where was Lizzy, Mr. Jules's niece? She'd had a difficult time since her father passed away, but why did she run?
Join author Caryn Cole as she shows you the serene healing power of Haleub Place, an estate that attracts visitors yearning for joy, peace, and renewal. There's something mystical about it, and everyone is drawn to it for a purpose. Although the patrons have experienced their own share of hard times, their calm love and devotion to restoration seeks to mend the wounded. Haleub Place is a modern parable of restoration, healing, and forgiveness.
©2010 Caryn Cole (P)2010 Tate