Harlan's Haven

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About the author:
Originally from upstate New York, Sandra now lives in Northern Colorado where she writes romantic suspense from a sweetheart of a town. She has two grown sons and now spends her free time with her husband and Rudy, their rambunctious dog rescued from Japan. (No, he does not speak Japanese.) She has won and placed in several writing contests including CRW's Heart of the Rockies, Crested Butte Writers' Sandy, and Kiss Of Death's Daphne. She enjoys speaking at conferences and writing groups encouraging other writers, both young and old. While writing and talking about it are enjoyable, she really loves interacting with her readers on Facebook, Twitter and her website about her characters and their lives. That is what keeps her motivated to continually publish three or four books a year. In her 'off' time, Sandra enjoys reading a wide variety of genres, quilting, and traveling to places she can scuba dive.

Harlan's Haven

Authored by Sandra S. Kerns

More than Harlan Granger's body is battered and bruised when he returns home from Afghanistan. Discharged due to an injury, he is struggling to find his way. Convinced his future will be in a wheelchair, he has to come up with a plan. The thought of seeing pity in his family's eyes would kill him. Keeping his injury a secret from his family gets harder as it seems someone is spying on his brother, or his brother's neighbor. Rilie Lazar, his brother's neighbor is determined to learn his secret. Her misguided plan to bring him back into the family fold has more than his temper heating up. Strange cars around town and accidents on the mountain road have Harlan wondering is it really his brother's bar that's at the root of the trouble or does Rilie have secrets of her own that have followed her to Colorado.

Publication Date:
1507816294 / 9781507816295
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Romance / Suspense

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