Publication Date: June 29,
Genre: Fiction/cozy Mystery
Publisher: Light Message
Length: 290 pages
Everyone hits rock bottom, only the brave escape.
Welcome to 1314 Rattlesnake Road.
A quaint two-bedroom log cabin nestled deep in the woods of the small,
southern town of Berry Springs—the perfect hideaway to escape your past.
Tucked inside thick, mahogany walls lay mysterious letters, forgotten and
untouched for decades. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame breathtaking views of
jagged cliffs, deep valleys, and endless lies. Mature oak trees, tall enough
to touch the clouds, carry the whispers of the haunted, of stories untold.
Inside sits Grey Dalton, emotionally battered and bruised, her only wish to
pick up the broken pieces of her life. But outside, await two men, one
a tattooed cowboy, the other a dashing businessman.
One will steal her heart, the other, her soul.
Thank you to the author and Xpresso Book Tours for providing me a free
advanced copy of this book for an honest review.
I really like this authors books, they aren't just your typical romance, there
is a story and the characters are usually flawed in some way. I also
like that they all aren't in their 20's because those days are long gone for
This book deals with a lot of heavy topics but front and center is alcoholism.
Grey's mother was an alcoholic and now after a tragic loss Grey is on
her way to becoming her mother. Trying to escape her pain she moves from
her glamorous life in New York to small town Berry Springs into a run down
house that needs work.
Unsure of what her next steps are going to be she starts to make friends with
her new neighbor and a slick handsome man who wants to buy her property to
tear down to make a big resort. The man is just her type, rich, arrogant
and dangerous, then she meets her other neighbor the bad boy with the tattoos
who owns the auto repair shop down the street. Totally not her type but maybe
thats a good thing.
There is a lot of story here and a lot of pain. I actually found myself
tearing up in places, something I don't expect to do while reading a romance
book! I loved it and I really love this author.
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This sounds like an emotional, compelling read! Great review, Heidi!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your review, this sounds like a good readReplyDelete
It was really goodDelete