The first story in the new paranormal series by Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.
Welcome to Cambio Springs. In this small desert town, secrets bubble up from the desert floor, and history is written on the canyon walls. Seven friends will gather at the crossroads, because in Cambio Springs everything - and everyone - changes.
Jena Crowe escaped the Springs 10 years ago. Now she's heading home with two boys to start a new life. With her husband's ghost keeping her company on the road, Jena will learn that moving back and moving backward aren't necessarily the same thing, and sometimes the places you try to escape are exactly where you need to fall.
Three nights to say good-bye. Three days to come to grips with the future. For Jena and her two sons, it's going to be a long ride home.
©2012 Elizabeth Hunter (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Diana on 10-07-17

Introduction to series. Okay.

I bought this introduction after buying the first book in the series at the $4.95 sale. But, it wasn't essential to the series. And the series' main first book should be in the romance category, not sci-fi/fantasy.
Not continuing with the series, and might not finish the main first book of the series - the whole "shirtless-hot-sweaty-cowboy" romance thing isn't very sci-fi and there's just too much of that romance stuff in a juvenile young adult level of writing coming up in the main first book.
No Thanks.

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