Garrett’s Ghost by Pamela Ackerson – #ContemporaryWesternFiction, #TimeTravelRomances

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What’s a time-traveling Texas Ranger supposed to do?
Garrett Houston is being harassed by a ghost. Trouble is brewing and her name is Margarite. She’s an unrelenting force determined to get his attention. It may be too late for her, but if she could get him to listen, she may be able to save some lives.
A story of unrequited love, the power of healing, and the embracing need to never give up. Unforgettable moments and unforgettable characters will tug at the heartstrings with a myriad of emotions.
Garrett’s Ghost is a touching story brimming with down-home Texas charm.
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L. Arrowood

This book has it all – ghosts, time travel, Texas Rangers, murder, and a little romance!

I found this book to be very interesting. It incorporates many fun topics like ghosts, murder, love story, time travel, and of course, Texas Rangers. The deeper story is that of love in healing. I could not put the story down and had to complete it to see how it wrapped up. The writing was such that I found myself fully engaged in the story and hoping that things were going to work out for the “good guys”. With the backdrop of murder, I found myself incredibly anxious through the entire work. This is a really good read. There were some unfulfilled characters and sub-plots that I look forward to hearing about in coming works.

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