Girl by the Tracks
Mary Jess Parker, better-known as Jess as she’s no Mary, married a rich man for his money, cheated on him several times with far too many men to count, including their dishwasher, for two years.
When the rich man finds out, Jess isn’t just kicked out of the house but is forced to drink a cup of oil due to her husband’s family using something similar to that during their railroad construction.
However, this oil isn’t normal and makes her invisible from all pretty faces, and only seen by those that feel as lonely and invisible as her husband, who she can only divorce if she breaks the curse.
This broken girl is given two and a half years to find love, the real, genuine kind, if she wants to be seen by everyone again.
Jess soon begins to learn that no one has ever truly seen her before until she meets a man from her past, a train conductor that almost hits her with his train, Jaxson Smith. He’s just as much of a mess as she remembered, due to his wife’s passing and now being a single dad as he had a daughter with another woman, who isn’t in the picture.
Love can be a dangerous battlefield with two very broken people, full of beauty and beasts within. When two very broken people manage to build each other back up and break the curse, can their love survive those that don’t really see them as they see each other or will it die like the fallen rose petals in the beloved fairytale?
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