Do you enjoy a book with a mystery and romance? What about one with a little bit of paranormal, unexplained events?
BEFORE I LET YOU GO is a new release by Kellie Wallace and it has all of the above. It is the type of book perfect for a rainy day to snuggle up on the couch and read! Is there anything more fun to do when the weather is poor?
Author Kellie Wallace has written a story that hits all the right notes. There's an independent heroine who is nursing her broken heart with a big move. She finds the chance to start over as a blessing. Who wouldn't love an opportunity to live along the coast?? She even meets a mysterious man who leads her broken heart to heal... But things aren't all that they seem.
BEFORE I LET YOU GO is now available in ebook and print. It's a wonderful story from start to finish. If you are looking for a little more reason to buy... see the blurb and excerpt below.
A remote island concealed the perfect murder, now one woman must help an Earthbound spirit solve the mystery before the killer comes for her.
After rejecting her boyfriend’s proposal, Elsbeth heals her broken heart by accepting an inheritance from a long-lost relative off the coast of Guernsey.
She embraces the chance to start over, living in a remote cottage surrounded by gray seals and crystal waters. But this new idyll may not be what it seems when mysterious stranger Bishop threatens to upturn her new life. He is handsome, mystical, and claims to be an angel searching for his bones.
As Elsbeth and Bishop grow closer, she discovers her island escape is marked by darkness, a double murder haunts the halls. She embarks on a journey to uncover her property’s dark secrets, unravelling a history that may hold the key to Bishop’s fractured past. Will Elsbeth sacrifice everything she’s built to unearth the truth? She must confront her own demons and make a heartbreaking decision that will change her life forever.
Readers of The Ghosts of Rue Dumaine by Alexandrea Weis and Winter Cottage by Mary Ellen Taylor will enjoy this tale of redemption and new beginnings.
Bars of fractured moonlight cast across the floor, seemingly passing through the figure.
Elsbeth craned her neck to see better and sucked in a breath when she recognized the man standing under the ethereal light. “Bishop.”
He swung his head to the side and smiled, his teeth shining bright. His beauty took her breath away. His eyes were ageless and clear, with gold and sea-green specks. His sweet aroma of birch and lavender intoxicated her, warping her sense of reality as it lingered in the air. Her drumming heart drowned out the ocean’s roar.
“Don’t be scared,” Bishop whispered. “I won’t hurt you.”
Elsbeth struggled to find her voice. “What are you doing?” She approached him with tentative steps.
“I’m admiring the full moon,” Bishop explained. “Once a month, it aligns perfectly in this window. I like to watch it move across the sky.”
Elsbeth’s fingers twitched, needing to touch him, to prove she wasn’t dreaming. Bishop must’ve sensed her intrigue because he reached for her hand and placed it, palm down, on his chest. His body was warm and undeniably real. “You’re not dreaming, Elsbeth.”
Boom. Boom. Boom.
With every beat of his heart, she inhaled a breath, her skin zapping from the electricity oozing from his body. The tickle of warmth in her chest spread to her entire body. “I don’t want to wake up if I am.”
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