Grant Kincaid is hiding from the world.
He was wounded while in Iraq and had to watch as the tent his
only brother was in exploded before his eyes. Now he is
hiding out in an old family cabin wishing he was the bother
who had died that day.
Casey Shields is a freelance photographer
who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. During an
innocent walk around town she photographs a murder and now
someone is after her.
While running for her life, Casey heads
to her family cabin. On the way, she runs into a helpful
Marine who leads her to Grant and then disappears. Can a
ghost bring these two together or tear them apart?
One Good Man was
heartbreakingly wonderful. Cindy Spencer Pape & Lacey Thorn
pulled my emotions through the ringer. Nothing tugs at my
heartstrings more than a wounded solider in need of help and
boy, does Casey help Grant! These two scorched the pages of
the book and if they got any hotter, I would have needed a
One Good Man flows so
smoothly that it was very hard for me to tell that two people
wrote this book! It was that good. It is also hard for me to
think of this book as paranormal because there is only one
ghost and he only appears briefly in the book. I would
classify this book as more of a contemporary romance. I am
Joyfully Recommending that everyone pick up One Good Man.