Taylor spent a couple of weeks in Cape Cod in October to release Wicked Moon! The looming question now is—will there be a sequel? What does the adorable little dog have to do with Wicked Moon? You’ll have to read the novel to find out and Taylor would love to hear if you’d like to see a sequel?
A little history about Wicked Moon. The backdrop is a Victorian mansion located in Manomet, Massachusetts built in the mid-1800s that was neglected for decades. The Simes House Foundation was formed to restore this magnificent home back to its original beauty and be used for the community and will have a commons area for this quaint town.
Taylor was honored to make an appearance on PACTV’s Talk of the Towne television program last November. She talked about the amazing restoration of the Simes House and her upcoming novel, Wicked Moon.
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When Taylor visited the mansion for the first time in August 2011, it took her breath away. After studying numerous pictures and facts about the mansion, nothing had prepared her me for viewing the house in person. Knowing this would be the setting for her next novel, my imagination kicked into overdrive immediately.
Taylor revisited the Mansion in August 2013 and could not believe how beautifully the outside had been restored to its original glory. The ornate details were incredible!
Trying to escape her husband’s lies and deceit, Faye Palmer’s car careens off the side of a mountain in North Carolina. Rescued by a reclusive doctor, Faye comes out of a coma with no memory of her past. Her husband plays off her amnesia by hiding the truth about his lies and what happened to their child. Read Excerpt.