Have you ever felt that some people have everything going for them? Well this story shows that everyone can loose it all.
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Synopsis for The Whispering Cove
Cade Parker was a young good looking man with everything going for him. He had his own house with a privately owned lake, a best friend that would do anything for him and a beautiful wife that he loved dearly. He was also liked by several of the younger women in town that despised his wife Denise for marrying him. Cade, being the man that was loved by many women, found it hard to keep himself in check with his obligation to be faithful. After all, very few of his friends thought that Cade would ever marry and stick with just one woman.
Rushing to the hospital, Cade enter the Emergency Room to find out the worst has happened. He takes a nasty fall which sends him into a coma. When he wakes from the coma several weeks later, will he find out that this had all been a dream or did the murder really happen? Surely a man with everything going his way couldn’t loose everything he cared in life for, or could he? Follow Cade in his struggle to find out what really happened the night of the crash. Was it a dream or was it a murder? If a murder really took place, then who was to get the blame?
The inside of the house has an opened up living room and kitchen with a fireplace and a cedar stair case that runs up beside the wall on the opposite side of the fireplace. There is a den that sets off of the kitchen with a wet bar separating the two.
Just up the stairs and down the hall lies my wife, still in bed. My wife, which is the reason I have been getting up at the crack of dawn and going to bed late. I have been doing a lot of thinking and I can’t lye beside a woman I’m not in love with or someone that was solely responsible for the worst two years of my life.
I wanted to kill her but that was not the correct way to handle this. Have you ever been so deeply in love that it feels like you heart is about to explode? Or, so deeply in love that you think you are making rational decisions, but they turn out to be non-rational? If you have, maybe you will know where I’m coming from. That is why I had to do what I did. It all started two years ago.