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The third book in the Holiday Montana series continues to enchant and entertain.

Tyler has always been the rock steady sheriff and while the town is just starting to learn of its uniqueness, Tyler has always known of his fate, but that doesn’t mean he has accepted it.  Abigail has had enough of waiting for the right guy to come along and plans to move, but before that can happen, an unknown enemy of Tyler’s drastically changes Abby’s life.

The author has created a very intriguing world with interesting twists on holiday legends that grabs the reader’s attention and doesn’t let go.  The suspense builds with well written scenes and vivid descriptions by the author. 

The emotions conveyed by the author as Tyler and Abby overcome the pain of the past to deal with the present issues completely engage the reader in the conflict. The characters are charismatic, entertaining and the reader can easily connect to them.

Even though I wish the author had spent a little more time on Abby’s plight, I was still very impressed with this fascinating and fun paranormal town that captivates the reader and the author’s use of quirky and entertaining dialogue adds depth and character to the unique tale.  I am looking forward to reading more about the characters of Holiday Montana.   

5 STARS

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