Southwind Calls: When You're Predestined to Love

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Ashlee Bracken is a single mother who has experienced great tragedy in her life. She's also the childhood best friend of Avery Harrison, her now sworn enemy. Seeing each other after twelve years apart, might not be in their best interest. Or, is it? Ash has a job to do. Save her family ranch. Avery only wants happiness for his childhood crush. Can the two coincide? Find out, when Southwind Calls. More
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About Mel Schanz

Wife of an amazing man and mother to four busy children. Mel Schanz loves to write daily. Whether it be the antics of one of her characters or simply in her journal, she enjoys freeing her mind of the stories compiled. She also relishes in great coffee. Columbian, if she can be picky. If not, any hot-bean liquid will suffice.

Born and raised in Kansas, she loves writing about the area and the unknown, (to most) beautiful, land. She adores horses and dogs most, but other animals are almost as loved. If given the choice, she'd chose a quiet corner in her home with a book and coffee over an expensive dinner party.

Happily-ever-after is her literacy passion. Sure, drama is great and sometimes horror or mystery, but there's nothing like a great love story where the couple rides off into the sunset in deep, unconditional love.

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About the Series: Southwind
Ashlee Bracken is the owner and operator of her family ranch, the Bracken Ranch, in South central Kansas. The series follows Ashlee and her friends, along with budding love stories between them, as they live life. Love, drama, tragedy, music, great food, horses, cattle, ranch living, friends and every day obstacles are combined throughout the series.

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Reviews

cjh1987c reviewed on on July 24, 2018

A very enjoyable read. I wanted to read it in one sitting but one does have to sleep and do day-to-day activities. Your editing efforts are certainly well above average. Having spent some time writing and editing technical materials I would suggest that your very last few edits might be accomplished by reading your work aloud to catch the omitted words. Fingers just don't work quite as fast as the brain I've found! Thanks for a lovely few hours.
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