Part of our reasoning to do this is to bring more attention to the Indie authors we love to read. With so many books out there now it's hard to figure out what is a good, well-written book...or not. Keep in mind, these are our opinions, things we like to read. The Nookettes of the Virtual writing colony of Nara's Nook have come up with this blog hop to share our favorites.
Today's offering is THE BALLAD OF ANNIE SULLIVAN by Kirsten Lynn Here's the blurb:
Hank Renner enjoys summers and early autumns when he can escape his large family and spend time alone at the cow camp in the Bighorn Mountains. That is, until he starts seeing a beautiful woman with flaming red hair and brown eyes, who disappears as quick as the Wyoming sunshine. Questioning his sanity, Hank begins a search that just might lead him to his heart.
Annie Sullivan wants only one thing more than revenge for a rape and murder that occurred ten years ago…Hank Renner. Haunting the mountain, she’s kept watch over the handsome cowboy. But this year she did something she’s never done before, something that could change everything. She’s let the man see her—and exposed her soul.
Two lonely souls search for the truth that could solve a murder and a love that could resurrect their hearts.
I learned about this story through snippets Ms. Lynn shared on social media and I knew I needed to read it. Magic? Ghosts? Cowboys? Aw yeah, I was all over that. And I wasn't disappointed. This story leads you in one direction, then turns the tables on you at the end. I won't spoil it because it was too good of a ride, but the development of the romance between Hank and the ghost was beautifully done, and the twist at the end made me grin from ear to ear. Great love story, wonderful mystery. Grab it today.
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