The Captured Bride of Aspenwood
An evocative tale of romantic suspense from the author of The Widowed Bride of Raven Oaks. Elizabeth is thrilled to put her baking skills to work during the tourist season in Cripple Creek, Colorado--until she learns she'll be staying at frightening Aspenwood Abbey. And her worry turns to fear when she finds her pillow blood-smeared--a warning for her to leave.
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