This book is a romance. It’s a man + woman = love story. Insta-love? No. Impertinence? Yes. Sex within the first few chapters? Um, no (that comes later). Steamy tension building? Oh, yeah. And lots of interfering family members with good intentions.
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*This book also contains the bonus 25-page short story “Archer’s Cat.”
“Stormking Road” is the sixth book in the Firefly Hollow series, romances with paranormal elements related to Appalachian folklore. Other books in the series include “Firefly Hollow,” “Butterfly Lane,” “Dragonfly Creek,” “Cattail Ridge,” and “Cricket Cove.”