Magnolia born in New Orleans is a saucy young and exciting girl who connects with spirits, Gypsies and ghosts. She meets her forever love at the age of six but they part ways after high school graduation. Roberto travels to Spain to study Flamenco and quickly becomes part of the inside coveted society of Flamenco. Magnolia becomes an Anthropologist and lands in Merida, Yucatan (sister city of New Orleans) to finish her internship while she discovers memoirs of a Spanish mistress in a deserted Hacienda from the 1850's and the Maya Caste War. Magnolia becomes possessed with Solita's life and decides to buy and bring to life the Hacienda to make it a five star retreat. All ends well when Roberto returns from Spain and they marry. But the mysteries continue in the Hacienda as the walls breath with spirits.
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I clenched my eyelids shut and listened without saying a word and when I finally looked at Bobby, he had leaned back so that his eyes were focused on the starry sky. He reached out as if to grab the stars but I believe he was reaching for God. “Help me,” he whispered. He looked at me then touched my cheek lightly with the back of his hand.
“My Magnolia, my enchanted Magnolia.”
Magnolia Cristiana St. Claire
Their eyes met and she twirled before him as she clicked
her tongue and snapped her fingers, her black hair ruffled from the
soft southern breeze. Her skirt flew as the red and purple became
one and the gold coins danced in their own rhythms. Sparks between
Francois and Soleil electrified the air as her gold shoes tapped to
his complicated music. The other Gypsies joined in with frenzied
rhythmical clapping which encouraged Francois and Soleil to become
even wilder. Then the dancing stopped as quickly as it had