Author: Kristi Cramer
Genre: Clean Suspense with a Dash of Romance
Release Date: July 4, 2016
BlurbLooking for an exciting, suspenseful trio of full length standalone novels that will keep you turning the pages, without running into language or scenes that make you cringe? Look no further!
Books One through Three of the Boys of Syracuse, Kansas series were originally pretty clean: no sex, and only brief graphic violence, but there were those pesky four letter words that stop some discerning readers on a dime.
This Collection has been edited for that offensive content without losing any of the excitement or flavor of the originals. So you can turn the page without hesitation for what you will find. There is still brief violence, a small amount of which may be considered mildly graphic, but nothing is gratuitous.
Last Shot at Justice: Detective Mitzi Reardon doesn't know what she did to anger her boss, but he is gunning for her, literally. Now a prostitute is dead, and she is the prime suspect, with the law hot on her heels. With nowhere to run and no one to trust, Mitzi's only hope lies in the hands of Blue Thomas, a chivalrous cowboy from Kansas.
Last Second Chance: An ex-con's search for a new start in a small Kansas town leads to a chance at a life and a love he never expected. But the life he left behind won't stay quietly in his past.
One Last Song: In a bold operation that leaves the tiny town of Syracuse reeling, Kylie and Jax are kidnapped. Getting nabbed for human trafficking would be bad enough, but their captors have an additional agenda.
LinksFind it for $5.99 on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and iTunes. It is half price on Smashwords through the month of July.
About the AuthorKristi writes about hard-working people living realistic lives, putting ordinary people into extraordinary situations and letting them discover true character in the face of danger. The end result is nail-biting, edge of your seat suspense that will keep you turning pages, rooting for the good guys and that happily ever after ending.
She also writes YA Fantasy as Kristi L. Cramer. The Bonnie Isles Trilogy is good, clean excitement, with an uplifting message you'll be happy to share with your young ones, and enjoy yourself.