winding road redemption series
REINING IN TROUBLE (#1) // Harlequin Intrigue
Releasing: June 2019
Detective Caleb Nash’s childhood kidnapper has never been caught, and not even reuniting with his family has healed the scars. Then he meets guarded, beautiful Nina Drake. Damaged by her own past and living in self-imposed isolation, Nina tries to keep her distance from the cowboy lawman. But when she’s the target of mysterious attacks, only Caleb can keep her safe. Will his vow to protect resurrect his own childhood torments?
PRAISE & REVIEWS
”Looking for a sexy and sensitive cowboy lawman with a bit of a tragic past and a sense of duty that no amount of danger can shake loose? Here you go.” - Harlequin via Looking for Love? Find Your Book Boyfriend
“As the pairs in these six books show, reluctance doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not love at first sight or that a HEA is not in the cards. For some, history, circumstances and a host of other scenarios can make someone tread cautiously into love—but sometimes it’s the slow burn that runs the hottest.” - Harlequin via Taking it Slow: 6 Romances Featuring Reluctant Couples
“Great kick-off to a new series! With the first book in her Winding Road Redemption series, Tyler Anne Snell introduces us to the Nash family and a bit of the past they have lived through. It makes for an exciting story that I'm sure is only going to grow even more suspenseful as we meet the additional siblings…Really enjoyed their story and looking forward to more to come in the series!” - Thoughts of a Blonde
“If you want a book report, read the other reviews. If you want a story that will grab you by the throat and not let go, read this book!” - Amazon Review
REINING IN TROUBLE TEASE
Nina realized her heart was in her throat. The fire was consuming one side of the house, but it wouldn’t be long before it was destroying all of it. Movement flashed in front of the window next to the front door.
A loud crack split through the air. The left side of the house shuddered. Flames spiked higher in the air as half of the roof crumbled.
Nina ran around the house. The back door was wide open. Smoke had already filled the inside.
“Caleb,” she tried again, taking an uncertain step forward. She couldn’t hear anything else over the fire burrowing into the structure. No one moved.
Terror clawed at Nina’s heart. Then she thought about her mom.”
Bolstered by thoughts of her mother and two of the bluest eyes she’d seen, Nina covered her mouth and nose with her arm and ran into the cabin.