Two broken hearts, one chance to make something beautiful with the pieces...
Eight months ago, John Lawson lost his wife. In the time since, he’s devoted himself to two things—taking care of his sons and proving that Lily’s death was no accident. Now, he finally has hard evidence that his wife was murdered. He doesn’t have time for anything but vengeance, especially not a ghost hunter wanting to poke around his family’s ranch.
Percy Styles learned about ghosts the hard way, when she was orphaned at the age of seven. She’s in Lonesome Point to document the town’s spectral activity, but finds herself drawn to widower John Lawson. For the first time in years, Percy is as riveted by the living as she’s always been by the dead.
But when a night of passion becomes something more, Percy realizes John is as haunted as she is. And that the man she’s coming to love is walking a dangerous road that may end with him becoming a murderer’s next victim.
The Lonesome Point Bachelors Series (each book can be read as a Standalone romance):
Leather and Lace
Saddles and Sin
Diamonds and Dust
Twelve Dates to Christmas
Glitter and Grit
You're Still the One
Chaps and Chance
Ropes and Revenge
Eight Second Angel
A Hundred Million Reasons
Perfect for fans of Leslie North, Piper Stone, and hot, emotional Western romances.
I LOVE this series!
I can't say enough about this series!
When I heard this might be the last in the Lonesome Point series my disappointment knew no bounds. When I started John's story I wanted to read it slowly to savor it as long as I could but I should have known that would not happen. I LOVE this series and this installment is my new favourite! I say that for each book but it's always true.
I don't know what words I have not said already to describe the the previous books but I have to find them for another great read. John's heartache became mine as his grief and need to make things right for him and his boys knew no limits. Percy is such a quirky, likable character that you could see why John was so torn. His wife had been gone for less than a year and his conflict was clear but love is love is love.
United in their need to find answers, their attraction to each other was clear though John clearly struggled with his feelings. Cowboys and ghost hunters make an unbeatable combination in this entertaining story which has immediately gone on the reread shelf.
I hope there will be more. There has to be more.