The 13th Hour

The 13th Hour

by Julie Harrington
The 13th Hour

The 13th Hour

by Julie Harrington



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The Road To Hell...
Ella Harper's problems are disturbingly earthbound – cheating husband, crumbled marriage, messy divorce. With the smoldering ruins of her past life firmly in the rearview mirror, all she wants is to start over – with a new job in town of Grayburn – and finally put down roots to build a real home.

Damon Cross knows what it's like to try and put the past behind you. He's spent centuries trying to do just that. Only in Grayburn for a spell, he's hell-bent on achieving one goal: find a new wife.

...Is Paved With Invitations
A chance encounter sparks a chemistry they can't deny. But when past and present collide inside the walls of Rookfall Castle, resurrecting an enemy out for revenge, Ella discovers that Damon's sitting on a Hell of a secret and – before the clock strikes midnight – they'll all be laid bare.

Will their newfound love stand the test of time, or will the truth cost Damon his last chance at Forever?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153006604
Publisher: Julie Harrington
Publication date: 05/04/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 364 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

A love of reading led to a love of writing for Julie Harrington. With eclectic tastes in genres (not to mention music, hobbies, and purses), her writing career produced a mystery/paranormal/horror and mystery novel before bringing her full circle to her first love: Contemporary Romance.

Her first and second romance novels, "Ship Shape" and "Tinsel", take readers from the beautiful, sunny, sexy islands of the Caymans to the cold, dark, winter streets of Chicago.

"Something To Talk About," her third novel - and finalist in the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Contest - was released in April of 2012 by The Wild Rose Press.

Julie believes that falling in love should always be an adventure, and that reading a book should always take readers on an adventure they'll love.

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