Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Winter is here. Time to settle down with a bargain book! ----Roxanne Rustand

In our part of the Midwest we had bare ground for Christmas, but now, after New Year's Eve, we suddenly have ice, snow, dropping temps and a minus 20 windchill.  With the powerful wind gusts right now I expect we'll have drifting by tomorrow. Brrrr! 

The photo was taken this afternoon in the balmy +31 degree weather before the temperature dropped, and Susie was just getting up from rolling in the snow.  They are all tucked into their stalls for the night, though!

I'm sitting by the fire with hot cocoa and a good book, appreciating the fact that I saw mention of the title online and was able to nab a Kindle copy instantly from the warmth of my own home.  How spoiled technology has made some of us! Not only the chance to acquire novels instantly, but the chance to read reviews and decide if a book is for us.

How do you prefer to buy books? E-books from an online store like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, etc? Paperbacks from those sources? Bookstores, or Walmart? Do you automatically buy books from authors you love, or do you study the reviews? 

Here's a bargain to curl up with if you are looking for something new to read on a winter's night.

Arson. Attempted murder. And Kris Donaldson is the prime suspect. Why won't anyone believe she's innocent?

After years on the run from an abusive ex, Kris receives an unexpected inheritance, an acreage in the Rockies near a small, quaint mountain town. It's her dream come true--a chance to establish an animal rescue and finally lead a peaceful life. Perhaps there's even a chance of forever-after with the intriguing rancher next door.

But her dreams might just prove fatal. A stalker will stop at nothing to destroy her new life. The threats are mounting. She's being framed for heinous crimes. Her reputation, happiness, and in the end, her life is on the line. As always, she can simply cut her losses and run. But this time, there's too much at stake.

This time, she's going to stay.

CLICK HERE  to find out more!

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Happy New Year to you all!

Roxanne Rustand

1 comment:

  1. Oh my goodness that is cold! We had snow the day after Christmas and it snowed a couple of days. It's gone now and the temps have warmed above freezing. We have a ton of rain!

    I generally buy ebooks for fiction and print for non-fiction. I love audiobooks and listen to one or two a month.