Christianna Cormack and Joe Indigo meet and their connection is immediate and profound and well beyond their understanding. After they are ripped apart by his misguided choices they attempt to move forward without each other. When Christianna moves to Rare Moon Tickle, Newfoundland, she is informed that there are no secrets in a small town but she proves this adage wrong when destiny colludes with nature to ensure her inevitable reunion with Joe Indigo. Their love is now forbidden and one lie leads to another. As if suspended from cosmic puppet strings, Christianna cannot escape the web of secrets and though she tries to live a normal happy life, she discovers that fate has other ideas in The Secrets of Rare Moon Tickle.
“You don’t hit girls ever, promise?” She said to him in a strangely firm voice. She struggled not to be angry with him and it shook him.
“I promise,” he said and he meant it. Aunt Mae had never been mad at him before.
“Good,” she was satisfied, “you know you’re better than that, Joe Indigo, you are a protector, you were sent to protect people not to hurt them, ” Aunt Mae patted his hand with her soft frail one. He liked it, her touch held forgiveness and understanding.