Walking the Labyrinth by Lois Cloarec Hart

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Book Three in The Calgary Chronicles

Author: Lois Cloarec Hart

Description

In this gentle, slow-burn lesbian romance set in a small town in Canada, a grieving, over-fifty security expert finds she still has a lot of living—and loving—left to do.

Is there life after loss? Lee Glenn doesn’t think so. Crushed by grief after the death of her wife, the co-owner of a private security company retreats from the world.

But love doesn’t give up easily.

Lee’s old friend and business partner convinces her to take on what seems to be a minor, personal-protection detail job. The assignment whisks her far from home to rural Saskatchewan, where she is pulled from her darkness and pain by the fascinating characters around her.

Wrong-Way Wally is a shunned, small-town oracle, who counts as his best friend, Gaëlle, a woman who seems to have a deep personal connection to life beyond life.

Lee is shocked to find herself attracted to Gaëlle, despite the woman’s exotic beliefs.

But opening yourself to love also means the possibility of pain, too. Will Lee have the courage to try again after so much loss?

An uplifting, profound story of awakening.

Additional information

Publication Date

June 2013

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Edition

1st

Length

67,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-95533-049-1 (mobi), 978-3-95533-050-7 (epub), 978-3-95533-051-4 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

1 review for Walking the Labyrinth by Lois Cloarec Hart

  1. Carolyn McBride

    :

    I enjoyed this book a great deal. The beginning of the tale started exactly where it needed to, deep in the grieving process that Lee is wallowing in one a year of the loss of her wife. Through a deathbed-requested intervention, Lee’s friends and family pull her back into the land of the living, and she is convinced to take on a personal protection detail through her company. Through the case, Lee meets Gaelle and despite their differences in beliefs, they become good friends. Eventually, there is romance, but I have to say, I liked how long they took to get there. It was refreshing.
    I had no problem with their many discussions of spirituality and what happens after death. I thought that added an often-ignored layer missing from so many lesfic romances these days, a discussion of substance. Without giving too much away, I thought the conflict was realistic, as well as Lee’s response to it. Overall, this was a multi-layered story that you think you can predict, but there are a few surprises in store.
    And that cover is a thing of beauty!

    Highly recommended.

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