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I totally LOVED this book. Lacey and Rawley Lovett secured a place in my heart in the first book (Copperhead), and I continued to love them through the second (Copperhead Strikes). Skeletons moves ahead in time. Ten years of love and sharing their family has deepened the relationship between the feisty former bounty hunter and her husband. But the fire is still there when she has to defend those that she loves.

And Hannah is a replica of her mother!! OMG—what a handful she is. I loved her and I just had to smile at the way Rawley handled his two fiery redheaded females. And it was wonderful to see Bill and Cotton as an integral part of the family.

Douglas is a master story teller. As I read I felt like I had had been transported back in time to White River, Wyoming in 1888. I felt Ezra Shemwell’s anticipation while he waited for his new bride to arrive. And I felt his heart shrivel when Beth Hudson revealed her true self. And I was grateful for her son, Ben. I had to chuckle many times about the liaison that he and Hannah formed and the antics they got up to.

When Joe Kannon and his terrible gang came back to town I knew there was going to be trouble. But who could have guessed that he would kidnap all the school kids! Little could the bad guys have imagined the trouble they had landed themselves in when they ended up with Hannah and Cotton Lovett in that group. As the book progressed I worried for everyone, Lacy and Rawley, the other parents in the town, the children as they were transported by their captors—but I chuckled at how Hannah and Cotton and Ben instigated to disrupt Joe Kannon’s plans.

And once again, even when Rawley tried to protect Lacey by shutting her out of the chase, she proved that she still was feisty and had the temper and determination to carry her through!

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I have become a great fan of the Erin Solomon Penology and Jen Bloods writing.  I read “Sins of the Father” first, then decided to go back and start at the beginning so I bought  “All the Blue Eyed Angels, Book l of the Erin Solomon Pentology” and then I eagerly devoured “Southern Cross.”  I was hooked on the series and when “Before the After” came out I immediately snapped it up. I was not disappointed. Once again this book takes the reader on a fast paced journey and the plot becomes even more sinister.

In this series, Erin Solomon returns to her childhood home of Littlehope after inheriting Payson Island.  She is plagued by elusive memories of her childhood and a mysterious and devastating fire that killed the congregation of Payson Church of Tomorrow. The fire happened when Erin was ten and everyone thought it was the result of a cult suicide pact. Erin discovered it was not and sets out to solve the murders.  Add two totally different types of men; Diggs, an old friend who obviously cares for Erin as more than a friend and Juarez who is also head over heels in love with her and you have a heart tugging love triangle.

The story line that embodies  a religious cult, dark mystery, murder and constant action and danger runs through out the first four books, compelling the reader to continue reading to find out what is going to happen next.  The plot becomes more sinister, taking you into unexpected terrain.  I anxiously await the final book to find out what happens in this series, but I would be happy to see Erin Solomon and friends venture into a new mystery.

Do yourself a favor and buy all of them, then start with book one and follow the mystery all the way through.

This series can be purchased on Amazon

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When Amrita Merchuck gave birth to her daughter, the midwife looked at her blue lifeless body and pronounced her still born. Mrs Merchuck had lost a lot of blood and there was fear that she would die, but she pleaded with the midwife to just let her hold the baby, and the old lady granted her that wish.

Mrs Merchuck held the baby close, caressing the lifeless little blue hands, telling her how much she loved her. Suddenly she felt a vibration.  “It’s the baby. Her hand is ….vibrating?” she thought.  And suddenly this woman who had bled so much that the midwife thought she would die, was filled with warmth and contentment; she rebounded and rode a wave of golden energy. She felt buoyant and full of life.  She opened her eyes and looked down at her daughter, who was suddenly very much alive. The child was squirming and pink; her blue eyes wide open and calm.

Ivy Merchuck had made her grand entrance -continue reading…>