Cherry Wood Place

Adult
On the day Emma Kingman gets divorced, her friend Ally asks her to plan her wedding.
Destiny led her to the perfect place -- an old home large enough for everything she wanted for Cherry Wood Place, her own wedding center. Emma’s future was bright. Or was it? With strange happenings, vandal and rumors of the house being haunted, can Emma's dream come true? More

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About K. R. Bailey

K. R. Bailey loves reading, romance and long drives in the mountains. She’s married to her best friend and together they enjoy traveling or spending time at their cabin nestled high in the mountains where deer live under the deck and hummingbirds flit around all day. She’s grandma to five beautiful grandchildren and “mom” to a yellow lab named Shilo.

Even though she’s a Utah girl, she spent a year living in Washington, D.C. and has traveled to most of the states including Hawaii and Alaska. She had the opportunity to travel in Europe and cruise to such places as St. Thomas, Venezuela, and the lower Caribbean Islands. She’s visited the Mayan ruins in Mexico and spent time in Puerto Rico.

Raised around Morgan horses, she grew to love a special one – Modeska’s Red Rascal, who was part of her life for twenty-eight years. You’ll notice many of her stories have Morgan horses, a special dog, hummingbirds and wildlife in them because she feels life wouldn’t be complete without them.

Writing has become her passion since retiring from a full-time job of over thirty years. She loves to meet new people and gather background information for her writing. There’s always a new story bouncing around in her head, and most afternoons you’ll find her in her “cave” working on her next book.

To find out more about K. R. Bailey, go to her website at: www.KRBailey.com

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