When Gail Duncan finds herself in her home town with no memory and, unfortunately, dead, she's a little confused. Deciding to stay close to Ryan Davis, the hunky detective investigating her murder she might as well help out on the case.
Ryan has other problems than this recent murder. He earned his honorable discharge but the past is still with him. He's used to seeing things as black and white, so what's helping him with his investigation, and why is his apartment no longer as lonely?
Together they work on the case and learn about one another, and what they can accomplish, in ways neither had ever dreamed.
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About the Author
Women strong enough for love.
Donna writes science fiction, paranormal and small town romances about women coming into their strength and having the courage to find and accept love.
Now that she has retired from going into an office every day, she created an office at home and writes full time. Talk about living the dream!
She was the girl at the party who was yearning for the quiet corner and a book to read (go Rory Gilmore!), and has been writing in her head since she learned to read. Getting those stories down on paper (or in her laptop) has been more fun than she ever imagined it could be.
The possibilities of science fiction have always drawn her and she's read them all, there just needed to be a little more romance in them. She finally got up the courage to write them herself and is delighted to be able to share these stories with you.
She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal Chapter of RWA and the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers. She can be reached at www.steelestories.com, www.facebook.com/donnasteeleauthor, or https://twitter.com/steele_donna
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
What a different love story! I didn't know what to expect when I sat down to read this book, but Ms. Steele came through in such a unique (but no less satisfying!) way than other romances. Rather than give anything away, I'll simply say I really enjoyed it and will read more from this author.
Wow! Waht a good, tear-filled story! Wraith’s Heart by Donna Steele was not what I expected. When Gail Duncan finds herself in her hated hometown with no memory of how she got there, she figures out that she is also dead. This beginning was so different than the happy-ever-after romances I usually read, but the writing and the character development kept me reading, and I was not able to put the book down! Another solid hit for this author. I cannot wait for her next book.