posted on July 16, 2014 by Shirley Hailstock

Turn Here…Not!

by Shirley Hailstock

WRONG TURN-FINALEven with the technology of GPS (Global Positioning Satellite) devices, many of us still make a wrong turn now and then.  Or we miss the turn altogether.  Often, nothing more than making a U-turn gets us back on track.  But for Nancy Emerson, the wrong turn changed her life.  Guilt plagued her.

However, it’s a sign of strength when a person faces the truth and works to come to turns with her actions.  This is how we meet our heroine in Wrong Turn.  Back in Craggs Station, Montana, she’s returning to the scene of the accident with hopes that she can put right the error she made years earlier.  In her way is Alexander Hayes, her next door neighbor.  Tall, tan and sexy as hell, he lives in the house of the man who brought Nancy back to Montana.  Yet she can’t bring herself to ever enter that house again.

With my compliments, Wrong Turn comes with a Freebie.  I have a special gift for my readers.  To find out how to get yours, the information is in the front of the book.  Purchase the e-book, Wrong Turn and look at the first page for instructions on how to get your free gift today.

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Shirley Hailstock

Shirley Hailstock

Shirley Hailstock began her writing life as a lover of reading. She likes nothing better than to find a quiet corner where she can get lost in a book, explore new worlds and visit places she never expected to see. As an author, she can not only visit those places, but she can be the heroine of her own stories. The author of thirty novels and novellas, including her electronic editions, Shirley has received numerous awards, including the Waldenbooks Bestselling Romance Award and Romantic Times Magazine’s Career Achievement Award. Shirley’s books have appeared on Blackboard, Essence Magazine and Library Journal Best Seller Lists. She is a past president of Romance Writers of America.

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