From bestselling and award-winning author Amanda McKinney comes her most evocative and twisted small-town Mystery Romance…
Everyone hits rock bottom, only the brave escape.
Welcome to 1314 Rattlesnake Road.
A quaint two-bedroom log cabin nestled deep in the woods of the small, southern town of Berry Springs—the perfect hideaway to escape your past.
Tucked inside thick, mahogany walls lay mysterious letters, forgotten and untouched for decades. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame breathtaking views of jagged cliffs, deep valleys, and endless lies. Mature oak trees, tall enough to touch the clouds, carry the whispers of the haunted, of stories untold.
Inside sits Grey Dalton, emotionally battered and bruised, her only wish to pick up the broken pieces of her life. But outside, await two men, one a tattooed cowboy, the other a dashing businessman.
One will steal her heart, the other, her soul.
Rattlesnake Road is a standalone mystery romance about love, loss, hitting rock bottom, and clawing your way to the other side.
Your escape awaits…
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MY ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ REVIEW
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
Wow! I loved this story. The characters were so likeable, with the exception of one, but I loved most of them. I loved Miss Etta. She’s a riot! The suspense, steam and plot of the story were great, and I had a hard time putting this book down. I give this story a 5-star review and am ready for Redemption Road.
New York City is a long way from Berry Springs, in more ways than distance. When Grey Dalton has finally hit bottom in New York City, married to a man that doesn’t love her, trying to recover from a tragic loss, and losing her job, she finds herself in a situation where she can either stay and try to fix what’s broken or she can move on and away to fix what is broken. She decides that now is as good a time as any to fulfill the promise she made her cousin so many years ago. So, she packs up what she desires, along with her lavender plant and drives to Berry Springs to see the house she purchased over the internet. The in-person sight of her new home is nothing like she had expected from the photos she saw.
Grey has a lot to overcome and to fix, but her new home will keep her pretty busy and when the hot shot hotelier shows up with an offer to purchase her newly purchased house, the sparks are noticeable, but is this man good for her? Her chance meeting with another man after her car breaks down in her front yard, has electricity running through her whole body, this man is different from the hotelier. He owns and operates his own garage, and he has a way of frustrating Grey with the conversation they have from the beginning. Grey is meeting a lot of new people in Berry Springs and her new neighbor; Miss Etta is probably the best character in the book. She’s not afraid to say what’s on her mind and what comes out of her mouth can be very comical. She’s a gossip, small town character that knows everything about everyone. She’s also kind, caring, and Grey’s first friend in town. The only thing I can say about the two men that cause sparks for Grey, I would definitely go with the man in the cowboy hat, dirty jeans, and calm demeanor over the expensive three-piece suit.