I am a gothic romance/literature nut. I fused my love of the written word with my love of studying people in an English/Psychology double major. Later, I received my M.A. in 18th century British Literature from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and have been teaching, tutoring, and writing ever since. I am the owner of Gothicked Blog, a blog that reviews gothic novels, especially gothic romance novels. My biggest gothic role model is Barbara Michaels (Mertz), and I count among my prized possessions a post card she sent in response to a fan letter a couple years back. I have published a gothic romance novel, Magnolian, and another gothic romance novel, Moonlight on the Palms and an Amish gothic romance novella, Cries from the Past, are coming this summer from Astraea Press.
Cries from the Pastby Lisa Greer
Strange cries in the night keep Amity awake, and the attentions of
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After her grandmother dies, Amity Frost leaves a good job in Philadelphia and a recent heart break to take care of Gram's house and effects in Amish country in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Secrets about her Gram's past begin to unravel when Amity finds a bundle of love letters in a roll top desk.
Strange cries in the night keep Amity awake, and the attentions of a handsome and kind Amish man, David Fisher, distract her. What danger awaits Amity in Amish country, and will true love prevail in the present where it was thwarted in the past?
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Cries From the Past was a wonderful story about Amity, whose grandmother "Gram" had chosen to leave her Amish faith. When Gram dies, Amity moves to her home to settle the estate. Amity has chosen to continue her milk delivery service and is pleasanty surprised by the good-looking Amish man who delivers it. There is an immediate interest on both sides. I loved how Lisa wove the story of Gram's past with Amity's present. Even though the story was short, I felt like the story was complete. Well done.