Atonement Tennessee

I don’t often do a mid-week post, especially when I’m having workweek that sends my mind to a medieval dungeon. Then the knightly Kev appeared on the scene with this wonderful review of my novel. “Atonement, Tennessee”… The courageous Kev slayed my sorcerer of negativity and banished the dragon of self-defeat when I read his words about my words. So enough of my words and on to his! Yes, please do read his review. But also treat yourself to exploring the rest of his website. Beyond this point there be… Kev!

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25213788SYNOPSIS: Esmeralda Lawton is sick of the big city. “Ralda” was betrayed until trust became a theoretical concept. So it’s a dream come true when she buys an old estate, complete with historic cemetery. Okay, she isn’t excited about the cemetery, but she’s strangely drawn to the estate. Atonement, Tennessee, a quaint town, seems like the perfect place for her. However, her new life isn’t quiet.

The house is full of antiques. Some have extraordinary properties — a brass bed causes strange dreams, and a mirror shows the truth of who you are.

A mysterious neighbor secretly watches over the graveyard. There’s more to him than meets the eye, but what? Then there’s Gwydion, owner of Fae’s Flowers. She stubbornly resists her feelings for him.

Ralda suspects that people are drawn to Atonement to, well — atone. She wonders what sins led her there. However, her ancestress made the mistakes.

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41 thoughts on “Atonement Tennessee

  1. I agree with Kev completely. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve read your astonishingly awesome book, Teagan and I find something new and magical in it each time. 🙂 It should be topping on the bestseller list! 🙂
    And thank you for leading me to Kev (now following). 🙂
    Hope this weekend treats you kindly, dear friend.
    Mega you deserve a trillion amazing reviews (that number is so high because even beings from other planets/galaxies/universes should be reading and reviewing it) hugs xoxo

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    • Donna you never fail to make me smile. I truly appreciate the time you’ve spent reading and commenting not just here but at Kev’s blog also. LOL, maybe the “beings” can fix things so that I can afford to spend my 9 to 5 writing my books. Or at least beam me up to Scotty. 😉 Or Spock, or Sulu…
      Endless thanks for your encouraging words, my friend. Mega hugs right back! TGIF!

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      • You’re so kind. To be honest, Kathryn, I’ve never come up with a truly great way to do this. One option (that I’ve used, which is probably the fastest and most economical way) is for me cut a sheet of stock-paper to the size of the paperback, and mail it to you as an insert. I’ll dig your email out of the innards of this blog and we can discuss via email. I’ll send you a note tomorrow. Have a lovely night. Hugs.

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        • How about if I buy it on Amazon and then ship it to you with a prepaid mailer envelope to send it back? I won’t mind paying for that at all sweetie. Please send email when you find it, if you can’t then I’ll see if I can find yours. xoxo

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