Falling in love with RedHorse is easy. Keeping the ghost away from him? Not so much.
Sara’s intended is rejected by the Old One, but their love blooms even as the nefarious spirit works to tear them apart. Sara has a mind of her own, and she’ll do anything to keep the ghosts at bay.
The veil between the living and dead is thinning. War looms on the horizon in the spirit realm as two leaders compete for control. Ghosts warn of the consequences of not having a Spirit Key, one who embraces the dead and has the power to keep the peace between the two realms.
Failure to find the key will bring the dead into this world and it just might mean the death of her love.
But a shiver in Grandfather’s spine doesn’t bode well. The Old One has something else in mind. Something he won’t like.
Magical realism with a sweet tale of romance and family trials. A Native Woman’s journey to find her purpose, and love, while avoiding the spirits who taint her world.
A new world full of old spirits, love, suspense, and culture.
A Native American Woman’s journey as she discovers the will of her ancestors with supernatural influences. A world of spirits, a growing love, and nefarious forces collide in this paranormal Native American fiction.
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I’m so excited about this! I’ve wanted to be in one of Ophelia Bell’s Valentine’s Day takeovers for a very long time, and I’m in! If you’ve never been to a Facebook Takeover Event, you’re missing out on a ton of fun and some great prizes. Plus, you discover new authors, find great books to read and have fun interacting with everyone.
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Time for my Monday interview with a romance author. RA Winter is among my top favs. She loves to read and considers all books her favorites. She listens to classic rock, and her obsession with SciFi movies is legendary among her friends and family. Her joy of studying genealogy and has produced three reference books on Mason County, Kentucky. With Native American family, her passion is to write stories surrounded by the culture, the history, and the tradition in contemporary times. Continue reading “Author Interview – RA Winter”