Chandler by Kathi S. Barton

Bishop’s Snowy Leap – Paranormal Tiger Shifter Romance

Bishop’s Snowy Leap – Paranormal Tiger Shifter Romance


Sasha Harvard had returned to the small town in Ohio because Hailey Riddle, a ghost, had led her there. Sasha had been speaking to the dead for as long as she could remember. In working with the police, Sasha had been in the field, helping to look for Melinda’s spirit when Melinda Havard had found her. Melinda told her that they were sisters, and the man that had killed her thought that she was Sasha. Melinda had done the best she could to deliver the child she was carrying before she succumbed to her wounds. The child was marked like Sasha, and the dead would find her when she was older. Melinda wanted Sasha to raise her child, and she warned Sasha that the man who had killed her would come after both her and the child because of what they could do. Sasha pulled out the business card of Sawyer Bishop, the officer in charge on the field, and told him that she’d like to meet him at his house and to send someone to pick her up.

Chandler Bishop knocked on Sasha’s door to pick her up. He heard a scuffle inside and broke down the door. A man was standing over Sasha with a baseball bat, and she had been beaten. When Chandler yelled at the man, he just disappeared. Sasha was shocked that he’d seen the man. Chandler thought the man was a vampire. Sasha told him the man was dead.

Chandler had found his mate and could see the dead now, too, apparently. And the little girl, Pip, her niece, would be theirs as well. A ready-made family, and he couldn’t be happier. But would he and his tiger be able to keep them safe from both the living and the dead?

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal / Shifters

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Fantasy

Language: English

Keywords: Paranormal Romance, Paranormal Fantasy, Shape Shifter, Tiger Shifter, Fated Mates, Paranormal Tiger Fantasy, Werewolves & shifters

Word Count: 52535

Sales info:

In the US, Kathi S. Barton is a bestselling author. She has a huge fan base and all her books sell well.

Sample text:

Sasha got back to her rental and sat down at the table. The dead woman knew her. The place was furnished, thankfully, so she didn’t have to worry about anything other than food. The dead woman in the field knew her. Sasha would have to make dinner soon. Looking around the kitchen area, she wondered how she’d gotten home. Her mind wouldn’t be still long enough for her to focus on one thing for more than a second or two.

Laying her head down on the table, she thought about the things that the woman, Melinda Harvard, had told her. Not just that, she needed to be found—they knew where she was—but about not just her death, but the baby too. Also, she was her sister, she’d told her. Sasha didn’t know what to think about her saying that. As far as she knew, she had just the one sister, and she didn’t look like Melinda at all. She didn’t even act like her.

While Pearl still lived at home, taking care of their mom, she’d never been as thin as she wanted to be. Pearl had weighed close to four hundred pounds the last time she’d seen her, over three years ago now. Sasha, too, had always had to fight with her weight. But she wasn’t obese, or anything like her sister was. Sasha made sure that she kept up with her exercise program. And when she wasn’t able to run or something like that, she’d go to the gym.

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