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Following Destiny Paperback – November 10, 2009
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Andrea Duncan has come into an inheritance at a most opportune time in her life. She was down on her luck, couple that with the worst year that you would not wish on even your dog and she was at the end of her tethers. To find out that you had a grandmother that you knew nothing about but also that you have inherited a house and a few other things in the bargain as well was a mixed bag of blessing for Andrea.
One of the things that came as apart of the inheritance along with a pile of stacked up paper work was a ring. This ring was unlike anything that Andrea has ever known or heard about and thank god she was not the type that jump a mile when things goes bump in the night - because there were voices coming from that ring. Andrea is rightly concerned about the ring and it's strange power or confusion in this case, but the benefits of small town living, a roof over her head and now she finds out that the local Sheriff actually made house call, she has no problem regulating the ring to the background of her life.
Sheriff Mason Keeler day is long enough as it is with goings on in town without adding a personal beef to his agenda, but he was not a happy bunny. Andrea's grandmother Rose was a friend of the sheriff and for all the time he had known Rose, there was no granddaughter in the picture - now one had presented herself as soon as she died - he was not happy. Mason's is objective if nothing else and is prepared to hear Andrea's side of the story - but what he was not expecting to do was to perk up from sexual interest as soon as he met her - that was definitely new.
Few things happens right from the moment Andrea and Mason shook hands and it only gets worst.Read more ›