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When fear's as blind as love, how far would you go to find your own happily ever after?
One mistake will change Ginny's life forever.
One answer will set her free.
Once upon a time Ginny's road blood ripened, the day she got wise to love. Engaged to the high school quarterback, his quarter-carat ring and enchanting smile should have been enough for her. But, she stands him up and takes a walk where every step questions her happily ever after gone-bad and the fate of the mother she never knew. The mother her father refuses to talk about. Ginny fights to untangle her big, fat, lie-of-a-life on an enchanted road trip to Winnemucca, where she believes all her answers lie. To solve the riddle of her past, she must outrun everyone who wants a piece of her future-including a man determined to see she never has one. Includes a bonus sneak peak: Ch 1-3 of 13 on Halloween about a girl's birthday wish coming true in hilariously scary ways when she gets a gift that’s literally out of this world.
About the Author
Once upon a time there was a little girl who grew up in very cold, snowy place and dreamed of living in the desert. And so she did. Laura loves writing about the murky seas of perception while eating lots of popcorn. She lives with her hubby, and dog Oso, in their tree house on the coast of central California not far from her two grown daughters who love climbing trees as much her. Laura is the author of Winnemucca, a small-town fairy tale inspired by her life-long love of a little-known town, Avenal, CA, and her equal love of enchanted teenage road trips. Her latest release, 13 on Halloween, is the first book in the Teen Halloween series. Laura’s next book, Transfer Student, a young adult sci-fi romance, will be released in April of 2012. 14 on Halloween, book 2 in the Teen Halloween series, will be released in the summer of 2012.
Praise for Winnemucca: A Small-Town Fairy Tale…
“Ms. Elliott’s voice is unique. It keeps you captivated and makes putting Winnemucca down, impossible.” -Abbi Glines, YA Author of Breathe & The Vincent Boys