Buying the 1920s farmhouse south of Phoenix, where the rumors of John Dillinger's gang hid out in the 30s, is supposed to be accident-prone Grace Evanheart's way of escaping an old romance. When she finds an ancient diary with a map under the bedroom's floorboard, the rumors solidify into fact. She doesn't know who to trust with the news; Micah Stevens, the handsome deputy and the great grandson of the original landowners with whom she's attracted, or Jerry, the young historian who seems too intent on learning about her new home.
Micah seems convinced their paths cross exactly at the right time and in the right place for them to fall in love. Now he just has to convince Grace of the same thing before suspicions of his real motive have her running again.
|Publisher:||Stone Horse Press, LLC|
|File size:||686 KB|
About the Author
While growing up, going to libraries felt like an adventure filled with mystery and wonder to Debra. The hushed tones invoked secrets, and the dusty, sometimes moldy, smell of paper was the same in each city she lived. Leaving the library with just a single book never happened. Years later, her love of reading turned to a passion for writing stories others might enjoy. She’s an award winning fine artist who lives in a southwest Arizona city with her husband, a retired police lieutenant, where the average summer temperatures are well above 100 degrees--truly hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
4 stars I received a free copy of Changes of Heart by Debra Erfert and this review was given freely. Unlucky in love and danger prone artist Grace meets Deputy Micah when she buys Micah's grandfather's house. This novel has one dramatic or danger filled scene after another some of which include attempted date rape, snake attacks, a stabbing, a sand storm and a shooting. Realistic characters, a loving family,a gangster's hidden treasure, a protective dog, and a double romance are some of the reasons to read this full length suspenseful romance.
I was asked to read this for an honest review. I'm a mystery and romance kind of gal. So I actually did enjoy this book. It's clean and has some suspense, mystery and romance all in one, a great combination in my opinion. I really did love the character of Micah, the deputy. He was just very charming and handsome and easy to like! Overall and enjoyable read!
What a read! It grabs your attention from the very first sentence and takes you on a wild ride that touches your heart, while leaving you rather breathless. I look forward to future offerings from Debra.