Small Town Angel by K'Anne Meinel

A mysterious stranger comes to town with secrets.

Small town angel

Small towns are notorious for secrets ... but what if you bring your secrets with you?

Amy Adams arrives in Northpoint, Wisconsin on a Greyhound bus.  Small towns are well known for not taking to strangers, but THIS stranger decides to stay.

Amy has a look around and to her, it 'feels' like home. She rents a cabin in the woods outside of town and proceeds to look for a place to open a store.  Renting to own from one of the locals, she soon finds herself making friends and making waves.  She won't discuss where she is from and has nothing to say about her past.

People are extremely curious. This Southern Belle has them talking.

Abby Shipman, the Chief of Police in this neck of the woods, is intrigued by the decidedly mysterious and straight redheaded whirlwind that has blown into town. It's strange that she won't talk about her past, and she is certainly uncomfortable around Abby ... or is it cops in general?

Genre: FICTION / Action & Adventure

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Lesbian

Language: English

Keywords: Mystery, Intrigue, Secrets, Lesbian, Romance, Small-Town, Wisconsin, Love

Word Count: 100412

Sample text:

As the bus pulled into Port Washington, she wondered if she should get off at this stop or go further up the coast.  The bus was pretty crowded, having taken on a lot of passengers in Milwaukee, but Amy decided to wait it out, see where it went.  She knew the end of the line for this particular section of her journey would be Green Bay but she was searching.  Searching for something.  Anything.  She wasn’t sure what, but her instincts told her to sit down and bear with the fates, to put up with the smelly, obese woman who had gotten on the bus back in Milwaukee and overflowed her seat and into Amy’s seat.  It seemed as if the woman hadn’t washed herself in days. And eaten garlic right before she got on the transport, Amy grinned to herself. Still, she was polite to the woman.  She probably had no idea that she smelled or that she even was taking up part of Amy’s seat on the cramped bus.  Amy was willing to put up with it.  Something kept her in her seat and not just the fact that she was packed in like a sardine.

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