“There was a trail down each side of the river, and, at the upper end of the Roost complex, there was a swinging bridge across the river… The bridge was supported by approximately 5/8 inch steel cables, which in turn were supported by large wooden timbers at each end and anchored to large fir trees. 699 more words
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Have you ever heard of Black Oaks? No. Then, I’ll tell you. Black Oaks is a beautiful estate consisting of a main house, whose deck spreads out to embrace the swift waters of the Rogue River, and a series of smaller dwellings, each with their own features. 567 more words
NEW RELEASE REVIEW by Lorna: Walking on Her Grave (Rogue River #4) by Melinda Leigh (@MelindaLeigh1 , @Mollykatie112)
The electrifying conclusion of the romantic suspense novella series from Melinda Leigh and Kendra Elliot.
The sleepy town of Solitude, Oregon, has turned into ground zero for a turf war between the manufacturers and distributors of a lethal new drug. 577 more words
NEW RELEASE REVIEW by Lorna: Her Grave Secrets (Rogue River Novellas #3) by Kendra Elliot (@KendraElliot , @Mollykatie112)
There are no secrets in a small town—until someone has one worth dying for.
Local cop Stevie Taylor and police chief Zane Duncan have startling new proof that a deadly street drug is expanding its poisonous grip on their small town: a skull found on the banks of the Rogue River has two bullet holes in the back. 441 more words