A Stranger in Wynnedower (Large Print): A Virginia Country Roads Novel

August 19, 2017 - Comment

LARGE PRINT Edition – Love and suspense with a dash of Southern Gothic…      Rachel Sevier, a lonely thirty-two year old inventory specialist, travels to Wynnedower Mansion in Virginia to find her brother who has stopped returning her calls. Instead, she finds Jack Wynne, the mansion’s bad-tempered owner. He isn’t happy to meet her. When

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LARGE PRINT Edition – Love and suspense with a dash of Southern Gothic…
    
Rachel Sevier, a lonely thirty-two year old inventory specialist, travels to Wynnedower Mansion in Virginia to find her brother who has stopped returning her calls. Instead, she finds Jack Wynne, the mansion’s bad-tempered owner. He isn’t happy to meet her.

When her brother took off without notice, he left Jack in a lurch. Jack has his own plans. He’s tired of being responsible for everyone and everything. He wants to shake those obligations, including the old mansion. The last thing he needs is another complication, but he allows Rachel to stay while she waits for her brother to return.

At Wynnedower, Rachel becomes curious about the house and its owner. If rumors are true, the means to save Wynnedower Mansion from demolition are hidden within its walls, but the other inhabitants of Wynnedower have agendas, too. Not only may Wynnedower’s treasure be stolen, but also the life of its arrogant master, unless Rachel can save them.

Comments

Lenora Laverty says:

Quick read book The book was a quick read. It was mystery but you sort of knew what was going to happen in the future. Grace Greene is a good writer. There was no vulgarity or grusomeness in the book which made it enjoyable reading. The ending did surprise me! I am looking forward to reading the other books written by Ms. Greene.

Sally Berneathy says:

A 21st century Daphne du Maurier tale I didn’t want this book to end! I wanted to stay at Wynnedower and continue to be a part of Rachel and Jack’s lives! 

Jody Gilchrist says:

A Stranger in Wynnedower This is the first novel I have read by Grace Greene. I had really high hopes for this novel because the dedication was absolutely flawless, especially when it concludes with “And that’s my wish for my readers ~ may you find your true HOME and be blessed by the treasure within.” When I read that I thought wow…..if the dedication is this good the book should be as well. 

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