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Voyagers by K. L. Nappier Reviewed by Christina Barber

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Genre: Paranormal Romance, Mystery

Title: Voyagers

Author: K.L Nappier

Author of Award Winning "Full Wolf Moon"

Publisher: Dragon’s Heart Romance (Double Dragon Publishing)

Pages: 246

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             Ms. Greta Roscoe and Reverend Aaron Shane are mere pawns, manipulated in a high stakes game of politics teaming with lies and deception. 

 

             Calloused by the unkind world in which she has suddenly been thrust, Greta Roscoe is forced to become courtesan, struggling to keep her younger sister from reaching the same fate.  Neither Greta nor Reverend Shane would have ever imagined they would need to work together as a team, until they are murdered. 

 

Angel Aridite guides the unlikely duo through their passage into the afterlife.  However, dying before their time, Greta and Reverend Shane will need to prove themselves by achieving a goal set by the smooth talking Aridite.  The two will need to solve their murders, enabling them to come forward in the spirit world, a task not easily achieved.  Unbeknownst to Greta and Aaron, friends and relatives are entangled in the brutal game and the two slowly begin to piece together the twisted puzzle.   

 

            K.L Nappier weaves a wonderful mystery full of beautifully crafted descriptions.  The author adeptly transports you through time to Saint Louis in the 1890’s.  K.L Nappier weaves a fantastic tale of greed, lust and compassion. 

 

            Voyagers was quite an enjoyable read, hooking the reader into turning page after page.  Overall a great read! 

 

Reviewer: Christina Barber- The Muse Book Reviews

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