Unlocking Her Heart: A fantasy romance of ghosts, psychics and possession. by Karen L. Abrahamson

Unlocking Her Heart: A fantasy romance of ghosts, psychics and possession.

byKaren L. Abrahamson

Kobo ebook | February 6, 2015

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In this supernatural romance, Kylee Jensen has worked hard to turn a string of bad luck into a life that every woman dreams of. She met the love of her life, they both quit their jobs, and she and her fiancé took a romantic tour around the world…and then everything fell apart.

Returning to North America with nothing but the realization that she’s a disaster at relationships, Kylee seeks the help of her childhood best friend who co-owns a New Age jewelry store with three other womenin the small beachside town of Peachland. Drawn into the shelter of the group of friends,Kylee finds herself the focus of their efforts to help her heal. And it’s working…until Kylee tries on a mysterious magical bracelet linked to a recent murder.

Brett Main is the typical beach-bum, bad boy. Thanks to his blonde good looks, and his half ownership of Elkhart Winery, a long line of women litter his past. Then he meets Kylee. The petite blonde may be everything Brett ever wanted, even if she has vowed not to become involved with anyone.

When supernatural forces threaten Kylee, Brettrealizes that he’s in danger of losing her. Kylee and Brett will have to come together with their circle of friends to defeat a ghostly entity that can turn any man into a killer.

Fans of steamy sex scenes, suspense and the paranormal will enjoy this story of evil infiltrating a summer beach town. 

Title:Unlocking Her Heart: A fantasy romance of ghosts, psychics and possession.Format:Kobo ebookPublished:February 6, 2015Publisher:Twisted Root PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927753392

ISBN - 13:9781927753392

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