A swoony, suspenseful small-town romance from USA Today bestselling author Catherine Cowles…
Fractured Sky, a moving and passionate, small-town contemporary romance from USA Today bestselling author Catherine Cowles, is out now!
Damaged. Broken. Destroyed. I’ve heard it all. A single moment of trusting the wrong person shattered my life into pieces, and my family has never looked at me the same. It’s impossible to convince them that I’m anything more than the broken girl they rescued all those years ago.
Until I meet him.
Ramsey’s surly demeanor and menacing scowl scare most of the world away. But not me. Not when I’ve seen his gentle hands soothe an abused colt or comfort a terrified mare.
And when I finally get up the courage to strike out on my own, Ramsey’s there. Roommates felt like such a safe proposition until Ramsey’s lingering touches and wicked smile light a fire in me I don’t think will ever be extinguished. And he feels it, too…
But just as my new life begins to take root, an evil from my past emerges from the shadows, casting a darkness on my newfound freedom. And this time, they won’t settle for pieces of me. They want everything…
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“Live with you?” she squeaked. “We’ve only ever spoken twice.”
My world tilted sideways at that truth. I didn’t let people I didn’t truly know onto my property, let alone invite them to live there. But I kept right on talking. “I’ve got a guest cabin.”
I’d let one other person live there—a friend of someone I’d known from prison. It was a favor I’d only done for the brother who’d watched my back in that hellhole. But Boden had moved out months ago into some fancy lodge with his fiancée, Laiken. The guest cabin was just sitting empty.
I saw Shiloh turn the idea over in her mind. “I don’t want to make you do that. I know you don’t like people on your property.”
I hated it. But Shiloh wasn’t people. She was something else altogether. The truth was, she’d become a touchstone over the last several years. And I had a burning urge to help. To protect. Maybe because I knew how it felt to believe there was no way out. Maybe because I saw those wings of hers that had been so badly clipped. The offer might’ve been reckless, but I couldn’t find it in me to care.
About Catherine Cowles
Writer of words. Drinker of Diet Cokes. Lover of all things cute and furry, especially her dog. Catherine has had her nose in a book since the time she could read and finally decided to write down some of her own stories. When she’s not writing she can be found exploring her home state of Oregon, listening to true crime podcasts, or searching for her next book boyfriend.
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As a child Shiloh endured a traumatic event that not only changed her life but her family’s as well. She knows that her family loves her but their concern has also taken away her freedom and independence and despite the pain she knows it will cause her family and how nervous it makes she knows she needs to find her own way and Ramsay offers to give her a safe haven while allowing her to spread her wings.
Ramsey has a devastating past of his own and doesn’t want to be around people however he has a connection with Shiloh that few would understand. He has a gift when it comes to animals who have been abused and he soon realizes that Shiloh has that same empathy as well. Spending time together only deepens the feelings between them, but they are about to find out that the threats against Shiloh are far from over.
I adored these two characters as Ramsey is so patient and understanding as he ensures that Shiloh sets the pace of their relationship, and when tested she shows how strong and resilient she truly is. The suspense part of the story will take you by surprise but the inspiring part of the story was the love they shared as they helped each other overcome their pasts.