Brigid Hartman had been mired in convention and appearances all of her life. At 30 she was still single and living with her controlling and overbearing mother. But there was always a burning opposition to the ordinary, a molten pit in a crater of reserve, which smoked ominously now and then. To her mother and meddling relatives, she was peculiar, dreamy, sickly and unwitting. Upon receiving a grim diagnosis, Brigid resolves to make drastic changes to her life. Knocking at death's door, she sets out to live her life, leaving behind her mother, job and convention, and in the process finds love and romance
"The Golden Castle" is Carol Kent's first romance novel. She is a certified life coach, specializing in relationship/creative coaching. She lives in the Richmond, VA area.
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