Ghost Wind (Google eBook)

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Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc, May 2, 2007 - Fiction
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Ghost WindCharlotte Boyett-CompoAuthor Lanelle Durant has left behind an abusive husband whom she was beginning to fear. It was kismet that her car broke down on Interstate 80 in the heart of Iowa, for she learns her ex-husband is lying in wait for her in her native Georgia, his anger building, his irrational behavior even more frightening.Deciding to stay in the little town of Grinnell as her car is being repaired, Lannie discovers an old farmstead that calls to the country girl in her, bidding her to buy the quaint Victorian farmhouse and make it her own.But the long-vacant house at Rock Creek has a ghostly resident whose siren call to Lannie is stronger than death and more seductive than she can withstand. Glimpsing a handsome face in the depths of a mirror, she is spellbound and unwilling to forego the pleasures it whispers. In the arms of a spectral lover, she will discover that there really is life after death."Reader Advisory: There is a graphic antagonist scene against the heroine."

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User Review  - Kelly Peterson - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book. It was quite a bit different from other romance novels I have read. It was a bout a woman starting over with her life, away from a severely abusive ex husband. Lannie has ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bitten_by_Books - Goodreads

In Ghost Wind, Lanelle Durant is on her way across country, traveling to get away from her abusive ex-husband in California. She's derailed in the middle of Iowa when her car breaks down. A series of ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Charlee is the author of thirteen books, the first nine of which are the WindLegend Saga. Married thirty-two years to her high school sweetheart, Tom, she is the mother of two grown sons, Pete and Mike and a proud grandmother. A native of Sarasota, Florida, she grew up in Colquitt and Albany, Georgia and now lives in the Midwest.

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