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Release day: Indigo Lake

18 July 2017

Today is the official release of Indigo Lake by Jodi Thomas (paperback, Harlequin). Here’s the blurb:

Two families long divided by an ancient feud. Can a powerful love finally unite them?

Blade Hamilton is the last of his line. He’s never even heard of Crossroads, Texas, until he inherits land there. Riding in on his vintage Harley-Davidson, Blade finds a weathered ranch house, an empty prairie and a dark river that cuts a decisive path between the Hamiltons’ land and that of their estranged neighbors.

When Dakota helps a stranger on the roadside, she isn’t prepared for the charisma of the man on the motorbike—or for the last name he bears: Hamilton, of her family’s sworn enemies, representing all she’s been raised to loathe. The problem is, it looks like Blade is in town to stay, and there’s something about his wolf-gray eyes she just can’t ignore.

Lauren Brigman feels adrift. Unhappy in work and unlucky in love, she knows she ought to be striving for more, but she’s never truly at peace unless she’s at home in Crossroads. If the wider world can’t satisfy her, is home truly where her heart is?

Jodi dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

It was a dark and stormy night… I’ve always wanted to write that line. I think all writers do. So I decided to give it a try in Indigo Lake, a book about a hundred-year-old feud between two families. And, of course, my hero is from one and my heroine is from the other. You will love reading this story, which pulls out the richness of legends and superstitions among the early families who settled West Texas. Good news for all my Ransom Canyon readers: tucked in the back of the book is a copy of Winter’s Camp.

You can find out more about this book at Jodi’s website or buy it from Amazon.


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