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About the Author
- ASIN : B07QQ3Q6JH
- Publisher : Sourcebooks Casablanca (September 24, 2019)
- Publication date : September 24, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2268 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 386 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1492677329
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #532,901 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Meghan McTire and her two sister moved to Silver Town to renovate an old Victorian Inn. They decided to stay. Her sister became mated to two local men and the three of them run the Inn with Meghan living in the house that came along with the it. As triplets they share the same unusual gift. She hasn't told the man she's dating about her past because the last time she did there was a break up. Sheriff Pete Jorgenson is keeping a secret as well. A resident ghost at the Inn takes Meghan on an adventure to the local now closed mines to put the spirit to rest. Pete isn't sure he believes in the McTire women's gift of talking to ghosts. Meghan and Pete start getting closer and are about to tell each other about their pasts when her ex-boyfriend comes into town. Trying to warn her about the past she's kept hidden. He also wants Meghan back as his girlfriend. Pete and other men of the town band together to protect the McTire sisters from danger, while keeping their holiday traditions. Pete must investigate the assault on the ex-boyfriend. His past is put on hold for a little bit while they deal with the threat to Meghan. As more becomes known about the man who Meghan put in prison and he happens to be one of their own, Pete understands her reasons. Pete realizes that he can possibly use Meghan's gift to aid in his investigations as sheriff. He finally reveals the fact that he was married and his wife died a violent death. They find clues to the shifters where about and one of his hideouts was Pete's old home. He decides that its time to tear down the collapsing house. Meghan tries to move Pete's wife onto the next phase only to have her attach herself to Meghan. They try to deceive her by using another member of the pack. Meghan and Pete get his wife to realize that it wasn't his fault that he wasn't there when she was attacked. Pete finds out about his wife's activities when he was away. Meghan helps some miner's ghosts trapped in the mines to find rest and brings the families peace about their dead loved ones. She's given angels by the families of the miners who died as a Thank You for helping their relatives. Her ex-boyfriend gets the message that there are no feelings that Meghan has for him. He plans to leave but, its thought that he'd go after the man after Meghan alone. Christmas comes and Meghan and Pete have just become mates and exchanged gifts and are about to celebrate with their family. As they get ready to have a wonderful Christmas day. A ringing doorbell while Pete is outside has Meghan answering the door without thinking. She gets a glimpse of a giant angel before she's knocked unconscious. When she wakes up in the mine with her ex-boyfriend as a fellow hostage she realizes what happened. The man she put in prison has kidnapped her and is about to kill them and get his revenge on what she did to him all those year ago. Meanwhile, Pete comes back into the house to realize Meghan is gone and he calls for reinforcements. A new snow has him following the tracks to the mine. Meghan stall for time and hopes that Pete will find them soon by keeping her captor talking. She's trying to get herself free and realizes she can't in time but makes a move to help safe them. An explosion and cave in has Meghan and the ex trapped behind a wall of rock. The good news is their kidnapper's trapped as well. Pete and help arrive and start to dig them out. Finally, they get enough space so that Pete gets through to Meghan. There's celebration for the holiday and their mating. A baby is on the way for one of the sisters. Pete and Meghan love being surrounded by family.
Terry Spear brings the holidays to Silver Town for the story of Sheriff Pete Jorgenson and Meghan McTire and their romance and mating and the danger that comes at them from both sides of their pasts. Ms. Spear's has written a story full of danger, intrigue, and some surprising turns in this holiday season story of true love and happy mating. Can't wait for the next book Silver Town Wolf series. Terry Spear always a great read!!!!
Told from dual third person perspectives (Meghan and Peter) HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS follows the building relationship between Silver Town hotel co-owner Meghan MacTire, and Sheriff Peter Jorgenson. As the Christmas holidays approach, Meghan MacTire is hoping her long-time beau Sheriff Peter Jorgenson will ask her to mate but when an ex-boyfriend demands a second chance, Meghan gets suspicious considering said ex-boyfriend knows Meghan’s secret, a secret our heroine is desperate to keep buried.
Meanwhile, Meghan and her sisters are able to see and speak to the spirits who have yet to move on, and in this the Silver Town hotel resident ghost Chrissy, has some surprising information for our story line heroine. Hoping to help Chrissy cross-over, Meghan goes in search of Chrissy’s beloved, a man whose own death brings up too many memories from the past. As Peter struggles to move beyond his own demons, his mating with Meghan is put on hold when Peter’s former love demands retribution for sins of the past.
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS is a story of family, betrayal, vengeance and love. There is an inordinate amount of telling not showing, and in this the redundancy tends to overwhelm. Repetition of events slows down the story line build up, as the reader is subjected to numerous replays of story line development, plot points and information. The premise is entertaining; the romance is gradual and passionate; the characters are numerous, colorful and energetic including several ghosts who have yet to move on.