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Gullah Secrets: Sequel to Temple Secrets

Southern Fiction
Narrated by: Holly Adams
Length: 9 hrs and 29 mins
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For the Temple women, the winds of change are blowing. And if they're not careful, it could sweep them all away.

After rising from Temple servant to tea shop owner, Violet finally feels in charge of her destiny. While learning Gullah folk magic from her aging grandmother, she worries much of her cultural heritage will be lost to the grave. Is there enough time for Old Sally to pass down all her special wisdom?

Bride-to-be Queenie has never felt younger at heart. Engaged to the man of her dreams, the feisty 60-year-old won't let anything ruin her big day - not even ancestral ghosts or a mysterious wedding crasher.

Rose's southern roots run deep. Even after three decades away, she can still feel the shadow of her deceased high-society mother watching her every move. Can she shake her ghost and find a place among her family?

With a storm of trouble brewing across the island, the Temple women will have to survive more than a force of nature to put their ghosts to rest.

Gullah Secrets is the sequel to the best-selling novel Temple Secrets. If you like Southern gothic literature, characters you won't want to close the cover on, and locations steeped in history, then you'll love this hilarious and warmhearted saga. 

©2018 Susan Gabriel (P)2019 Susan Gabriel

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An excellent sequel

I truly enjoyed the first book and this sequel lives up to the first installment. The rich, beautiful characters never waver from their initial introduction.