Item description for Miracle in the Mist by Elizabeth Sinclair...
Pediatric oncologist Dr. Steve Cameron has lost faith in himself and his professional skills. The possibility of miracles in his business seems nonexistent. Then a mysterious bag lady in Central Park talks him into taking a vacation at a cabin in the Hudson Highlands. But this isn't just any cabin. It's a gateway. Village Healer Meghan Peese has been waiting for Steve, waiting to heal yet another broken spirit who has entered the magical, misty valley. This time, however, with this person, something goes terribly wrong. Meghan has fallen in love. But Steve must leave to fulfill his destiny. And Meghan cannot leave the village with her memory intact. Besides, a destiny of her own awaits. All they can cling to is love, faith, trust, and a miracle in the mist.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.77" Width: 4.17" Height: 1.1" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2005
Publisher Medallion Press
ISBN 1932815651 ISBN13 9781932815658
Availability 0 units.
More About Elizabeth Sinclair
Elizabeth Sinclair is the author of several books, including "Baptism in Fire," "Eye of the Dream," and "Miracle in the Mist," Her books have sold in 19 countries and been translated into nine foreign languages. She lives outside St. Augustine, Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Miracle in the Mist?
MYSTICAL AND MAGICAL Feb 23, 2006
Elizabeth Sinclair tackles tough subjects in this romantic fantasy, and doesn't pull back on the emotional impact of dealing with terminal illness or its effects. I loved this book for its honesty and its hope. And I hope the author does more books in this amazing village!
A wonderful, magical tale! Feb 17, 2006
I hope Ms. Sinclair publishes a sequel to this story. Few books hold me as this one did. This story is about faith, hope, and redemption, and a happy-ending romance, too. I strongly recommend it.
engaging romantic fantasy Feb 1, 2006
At St. Francis Hospital in NYC pediatric oncologist Dr. Steve Cameron usually buries his feelings towards his terminally ill young patients. However, thirteen years old Ellie Stanton has reached deeper than anyone has ever before her when she whispers Merry Christmas, gives him a present, and thanks him for giving her love. Suffering from battle fatigue syndrome Steve goes on hiatus seeking a miracle, but Ellie died anyway.
Six years later in Central Park, Irma the bag lady tells Steve to go to a cabin in Hudson Highlands near Tarrytown, New York to find what he seeks as she insists she found her miracle there. One look at her and Steve figures what a poor miracle, but he needs to get away to ponder his future so this remote spot is as good as any. The cabin is a portal to Renaissance, a village where those with crushed souls mend. Steve meets Meghan Peece and they fall in love. However his juvenile patients need him; while she fears leaving her village because she will not remember her beloved once Renaissance vanishes into the mists during the Transition.
Elizabeth Sinclair brings Brigadoon with a pinch of Shangri-La into the twenty-first century in an engaging romantic fantasy that has an underlying tone of sadness involving children with terminal illness. The story line focuses on how people cope with tragedy especially when bad things happen to good people. Readers will commiserate with Steve as he struggles to cope with seeing his charges die while Meghan has deep rooted fears of leaving beyond losing her memory of the village and her soulmate that will touch the audience. The support cast augments this fine tale that readers will appreciate.