She’s Mine, a Romantic Suspense (Christian)
Math teacher Caitlin Harrington never wanted to get married so it’s just not fair that the first guy she dates—ever—turns out to be a creep. She takes a new job in the quiet New England town of Naultag, Massachusetts, where she grew up. But now someone is leaving menacing notes on her front door. Could it be her ex-boyfriend, stalking her? Firefighter Sean Taggart would like a marriage as perfect as his parents’—someday. Though Caitlin is attractive, he isn’t willing to risk his heart on someone so aloof and cold. And possibly insane. When he learns the truth, Sean wants to help, if Caitlin will let him. Can he save Caitlin before the stalker turns to murder?
Bio: Tammy Doherty lives in central Massachusetts with her husband and two kids. She pours her love of small town New England into this first in the Mystique of Naultag series. Tammy is a founding member of Grace Awards and has served as a lead judge each year. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and Edgy Christian Fiction Lovers. Her first book, “Celtic Cross” is on Amazon Kindle’s top 10 list of Christian Fiction (romance/Western). When not writing, Tammy works on the family’s farm, Inishowen Farms, growing and selling perennial plants. She is a veterinary technician by training and still works in that field, selling supplies to veterinarians.
Pervading the on-again off-again emotions they sense within, is the specter of an unknown stalker. The story careens through a series of unexpected plot twists and turns which kept me on my toes. Personally I didn’t know which characters I(or Kaitlyn) could trust.Don’t want to reveal any spoilers, so I’ll leave it at that. It’s a “can’t put it down” kind of read.
A story that could be taken from any newspaper today.
The characters shine– with their love for each other and for the Lord.
The bantering conversations are so like those in my life, it felt like I was in the book too.
The plot completely sucked me in, and I found myself unable to leave this book alone.
Beautifully conceived and written.
Can’t wait for the next book, wish it was tomorrow!