Free Kindle ebook: The Vanished Lady

This was a title listed under the Clean Romances Group on Facebook. It is free through Sunday. I haven't read it, so I can't tell you if it's good or not, but it's free so it might be worth checking out. :)
Get it on Amazon

Amazon summary:
Dana Lawrence doesn’t imagine when she buys the quaint Victorian house in the remote mountains of Colorado that her life will soon be in danger. She has heard the legend of Lelia Glenn and how she vanished in the 1800’s, but no one told her about the more recent disappearance of Amy Walden two years ago.

On the night of her arrival, Dana spies someone digging on her land. The sheriff tells her that on the day Amy disappeared Glenndale’s jewelry store was robbed. Amy’s boyfriend, Donnie Thorpe, is still on the run, and his accomplice, Jed Hoyt, has just been released from prison. Bennett believes a third party masterminded the robbery--her handsome neighbor, Logan Rand.
While Dana tries to beat the thieves to the stolen goods, she uncovers a grave. Threats and attempts on her life follow in rapid succession. Dana must identify the killer before she becomes the next vanished lady.


  1. Thanks for posting this, I went ahead and got it. I love clean romance. Have you heard of Taylor Dean? She recently had a blog tour for her paranormal romance books, Lancaster House and the Middle Aisle, but normally she writes contemporary clean romance and her book I Have People is incredible. Her ebooks are always $2.99. If you haven't already, you should check her books our!

    1. I have heard of Taylor Dean. I actually read both of those and reviewed them. I liked Lancaster House, but couldn't handle the Middle Aisle. There were just too many things that bothered me. I will have to try I Have People though and see what I think.

  2. Sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Hi Tressa! I have replied to your comment on my blog please feel free to read it :D

    regarding the blog tour for the boyfriend App



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