Long Time Coming [Fated Loves, Book One]

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
From a USA-Today bestselling author, a 4.5-star Romantic Times Top Pick & winner of the Road to Romance Reviewer's Choice Award! Housecall veterinarian Joy has avoided her Kentucky hometown for 18 years -- ever since her best friend Jenny died tragically days after their senior prom. Now forced back home, Joy must face the frightening -- and ghostly -- truth behind her carefully veiled memories. More

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About Edie Claire

No matter the genre, USA-Today bestselling novelist and playwright Edie Claire strives to infuse all her writing with both warmth and humor. Her family-friendly Leigh Koslow cozy mystery series, a favorite of animal lovers that was originally published in 1999, was reborn in 2012 to become a USA-Today bestseller. Her romantic novels range from women’s fiction with romantic elements to a blend of romance and mystery, beginning with her traditionally published contemporaries, the award-winning Long Time Coming and Meant To Be, and continuing with her exciting new series of interconnected romantic novels, Pacific Horizons, whose characters follow the migration of the humpback whales to some of the most gorgeous locations on earth. In any Edie Claire work, the reader may be assured that intrigue will beckon and tensions will rise – but love will triumph and happy endings will abound! Edie has worked as a veterinarian, a childbirth educator, and a scientific/technical writer. A mother of three, she lives in Pennsylvania and aspires to become a snowbird.

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Review by: F zahia on Nov. 06, 2016 :
romance suspense horror funny....all in one...loved it...
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Review by: Tabitha Ormiston-Smith on Dec. 06, 2015 :
This marvellous tale of a woman struggling to deal with her friend's death had me enthralled right from the beginning. It's also a romance, with a nice happy ending, but the real interest was in the protagonist's battle to recover her own memories of what really happened around her friend's death many years ago.

The central character is sympathetic and well developed, and is further enhanced by a really cute dog. The writing is smooth and professional, and really I have no criticism to level at Ms Claire, whose work I had not previously encountered. A great piece of work, and a really gripping, entertaining story. I enjoyed it very much indeed.
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