If Tombstones Could Talk

Melanie Sparks doesn’t believe in ghosts—until she comes face to face with one in her new hometown of Lindeman’s Crossing, Colorado. Meeting Andrew Lindeman triggers dreams in which she relives his last moments in 1860. Drawn to the handsome ghost, attraction builds, and she resolves to clear his tarnished name. A passionate kiss sets his spirit free, but will Melanie lose her heart forever? More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781465742841
About Stacey Joy Netzel

I fell in love with books at a young age, and growing up, whenever Dad realized I’d disappeared when I was supposed to be working, he usually found me hiding out somewhere with a book. Writing evolved from reading, and the first story I ever finished was in high school, about my celebrity crush. I got an A on that creative writing ‘assignment,’ though I’m not sure my teacher ever read all 187 pages. I started writing again in my mid-twenties, and no matter the journey my characters take, the end result is always the same—Happily Ever After.

After years of being a travel agent while writing on the side, I am now able to live my dream of being a full time writer. I’m still an avid reader, and also a fan of movies with that HEA. I live in my native Wisconsin with my husband and kids, and in my free time, I enjoy gardening, canning, and visiting my parents in Northeastern Wisconsin (Up North) at the family cabin on the lake.

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Review by: Sari Donaldson on July 13, 2012 : (no rating)
a great read... death, broken heart, new love, and more. could not put down after I started it.
A must read for anyone who loves romance, ghosts, and westerns.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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