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Series: Coyote's Call #3
Published by Pride Publishing Genres: MM, Paranormal
Texas Ranger Abraham Evans hovered between life and death. That much he knew. He also knew that he’d been shot. Whether he was imaging it or the drugs were causing delusions Abraham believed he’d died. He was ready to let go, he wanted to, yet something held him however slimly tethered to the Earth.
When Abraham finally awoke he knew that more than a few days had passed. The doctors admitted his career as a Texas Ranger was over due to the extensive damage he’d suffered. He’d probably never have full use of his hand again. The life Abraham had mapped out was gone.
It seemed like forever and a day before doctors were willing to release Abraham. His cold as ice parents mistakenly believed he’d come home with them, but Abraham knew it was more about his trust fund than interest in his well being. He had decided to give the little town of Del Rey a shot because of the people who lived there. Abraham knew that Miller Hudson and his lover Gideon Wells genuinely wanted him there and had offered him a place to stay. It was also where Roman Jonas called home. Something about the damaged young man calls to the injured ex-Ranger and nothing on Earth will keep him from finally being near Roman. And unraveling whatever they are hiding in their small town. It is giving Abraham a reason to live.
Mysteries and secrets, this is one man’s journey during a Blue Moon Rising. Author Bailey Bradford deftly touches on near death experiences, traumatic abuse, and life altering situations without ever losing focus of the prize, a loving romance. Whether spiritual or paranormal in nature, Blue Moon Rising thoroughly engages the reader’s attention. The characters’ intense love story is a wild roller coaster ride. All in all Abraham and Roman’s story is an emotionally empowering.