Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Bitterroot Crossing

Bitterroot crossing by Tess Oliver
EBook Formats:  Nook and Kindle
Book Format: Paperback at Barns and Noble
Pages: 254
Publisher: Self published or for paperback CreateSpace
Publication Date:   for eBook 1/7/2011 for paperback 6/17/2011

A love triangle that crosses centuries. . .
For Nick Crush, the only thing cool about his town, Bitterroot Crossing, is the gang of outlaw ghosts that rise occasionally from the town's swamp. But when he finds himself competing with the most notorious spirit and his own ancestor, Zedekiah Crush, for the affections of Jessie Sterling, suddenly the whole ghost thing isn't so cool.
Jessie Sterling inherited her great-great-grandma's shorter left leg and incredible beauty, a beauty that a century and a half earlier sparked a love triangle that ended in tragedy. Now Jessie leaves the safety of her grandma's farm to attend high school in town . . . and Bitterroot Crossing will never be the same.

To begin with I wasn’t sure about this book; it came from a self-published author I had never heard of before.  I read through the summary, and thought it sounded interesting, so I decided to spend the ninety nine cents.  I was surprised at how good this book was.  It was well written, and had an interesting plot.  The characters were likeable, even Zedekiah.  I will admit the book was a little out there at times, but it was a great read none the less.  It was more than worth the ninety nine cents I spent.  

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