It’s Bookie Thursday! Today we are featuring Jessie Evan’s new release, Eight Second Angel – The Ballad of Lily Grace.
If you’re a fan of Jessie Evans and her Lonesome Point Series, then you need to read this book. Lily Grace was a character that didn’t meet a happy ending, and having her come back, is amazing! I love the idea of her getting her happily ever after, and a second chance at love and life.
If this book is anything like Ropes & Revenge, then I am going to be a crying mess. Guaranteed.
Take a look:
EIGHT SECOND ANGEL
The Ballad of Lily Grace
by Jessie Evans
- Series: Lonesome Point Book #9
- Publisher: Self Taught Ninja
- Published: July 28, 2015
- Genre: Western Romance
- Book Length: Novella
Love is heaven that hurts like hell…
Rodeo cowboy Canyon O’Donnell is a champion with more national titles than any pro bull rider in history. He’s also one week away from ending his own life. Haunted by mistakes from his past, Canyon isn’t looking for redemption, let alone love. But when a beautiful girl with her own tragic past practically falls into his lap, he can’t resist taking her under his wing. He can’t promise her forever, but maybe he can help ease her pain.
A little over a year ago, Lily Lawson was murdered. Now she’s back on earth in a new body, sent to redeem a lost soul before it’s too late. But her first good will mission is complicated by a powerful attraction to the tortured cowboy she’s been sent to save. Soon she wishes she could promise Canyon forever, but she only has a few days and time is running out.
Lily’s willing to do whatever it takes to save Canyon’s life. But what if the one thing he needs—her love—is the one thing she can never give?
Available from Amazon, iBooks, kobo, Google Play, and BN.
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