Kellen Brand’s inheritance turns out to be a whopper — one dilapidated farm in West Virginia and one guardian angel! Since Kellen is convinced no sane woman would choose to live in Riverside, she vows to sell her farm and quick.
Her handsome and reclusive neighbor Luke Kenyon must block the farm sale or risk exposure of his family’s secrets. While Kellen has located one potential buyer, she faces a town full of objectors. Someone is trying to frighten her off, and Luke is forced to step in and rescue her more than once.
Unfortunately, Kellen can’t seem to stay out of trouble. She stumbles onto a clandestine hazardous-waste-dumping operation next to her farm, and she prays Luke has one more rescue up his sleeve. It’s her only hope of staying alive.
Unless her mother really did leave her a guardian angel…
“Another Great Book!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By K. Chase
I really enjoyed this story. I’ve read all of Ms. McCarty’s books and each are filled with tangible emotions, gripping scenes, fantastic kissing (I love to read some great kissing, lol), and an overall clear plot. What I found really interesting is the medical issue (mini-spoiler–I won’t say anything else!) and how it drew out the sensitive side of the hero. And the graveyard–argh! I want to say so much!! It has a flare of pseudo-paranormal mystery that’s neat. The writing is strong and the story leaves you filling fulfilled. You won’t waste your time reading this one. Can’t wait for her next book!
About the Author
Petie has spent most of her career as a biologist at Walt Disney World — “The Most Magical Place on Earth” — where she enjoyed working in the land of fairy tales by day and creating her own romantic fairy tales by night. She eventually said good-bye to her “day” job to write her stories full-time.
Petie shares her home on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee with her horticulturist husband, a spoiled-rotten English Springer spaniel addicted to pimento-stuffed green olives, and a noisy Nanday conure named Sassy who made a cameo appearance in Angel to the Rescue.
Visit Petie’s web site online at http://www.petiemccarty.com or her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/petie.mccarty.