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Wascott novelist releases 'The Sisters'

Is it possible to penetrate the veil separating the world of the living from the land of the dead?

Author Janet Kay (Jan Jenson of Wascott) explores this intriguing possibility in her latest novel, "The Sisters," slated to be released April 30 by World Castle Publishing.

Bella and Jimmy, long lost soul-mates, rediscover each other in a chance encounter that forever changes their lives. Jimmy, however, is already engaged to marry Bella's, sister, Veronica.

Heart-broken, they continue along their destined paths in this lifetime, journeys that flow from the shores of historic Galveston Island on the Gulf of Mexico to the icy depths of Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota. Along the way, life confronts them with devastating losses — and experiences that defy explanation. Bella seeks solace through her spirit guide and visits to the other side of life.

The sisters, torn apart by their love for the same man, spend years locked in a cycle fluctuating between feuding and estrangement. It is only after Jimmy's death that they begin to discover secrets buried in a past life they once shared. Secrets that may help them to unravel this bizarre love triangle.

Can they find a way to heal, to forgive, and to break free from the karma that has haunted them for an eternity?

Janet Kay lives and writes on a lake in the woods of Northwest Wisconsin and is also a snowbird, wintering on Galveston Island in Texas. She is the author of "Waters of The Dancing Sky" and "Amelia 1868."

Her work can best be described as a blend of historical, paranormal, romance, spiritual, nature writing, adventure and inspirational fiction. Her mission is to try to make a difference in people's lives by expanding their horizons above and beyond the confines of this world and this lifetime.

"Janet Kay is a gifted storyteller who enthralls her readers with her brilliant imagination and alluring plots. You won't be able to put this book down!" Stacie Theis, Beach Bound Books Reviewer

For more information, check out her website at www.novelsbyjanetkay.com.

"The Sisters" is available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and many bookstores.

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