Dragonfly Creek (Firefly Hollow)
Genre: Romance with light paranormal elements. She left him devastated and alone...When Ben Campbell returns home to Hazard, Kentucky after a five-year absence, the last person he's expecting to run into is the girl who broke his heart. He's done his best to move on, but he knows... show more
Genre: Romance with light paranormal elements. She left him devastated and alone...When Ben Campbell returns home to Hazard, Kentucky after a five-year absence, the last person he's expecting to run into is the girl who broke his heart. He's done his best to move on, but he knows he's only been going through the motions of living. Determined to exorcise her ghost, he approaches her with an offer that might destroy both of them.He wasn't supposed to be in town...Ainsley Brewer Scott carries a lot of weight on her shoulders, weight that has left deep emotional and physical scars. Her dreams of an everlasting love with Ben were dashed thoroughly, thanks to her malicious and conniving mother. Back in town to wrap up the old woman's estate, Ainsley's world is turned upside down when she sees Ben. When the truth behind Ainsley's leaving comes out, the long-held secrets shatter the fragile trust they have started to build. Will they walk away from each other again, or will they stand together and fight for their future? Dragonfly Creek is the third book in the Firefly Hollow. Other titles include Firefly Hollow (Book One) and Butterfly Lane (Book Two.)
Publish date: August 13th 2013
Publisher: Streetlight Graphics Publishing
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
Full disclosure: I skipped book two in the series. The plot sounded a little too angsty for me and not something I would like so I decided it was best for all if I skipped it (neither myself or the author would enjoy a low rating). The author was nice enough to respond to my inquiry about how advisa...
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