Deeper than the Boomshaw
When Morgan Taylor finds that she has inherited her grandfather's country estate and rural newspaper, she quits her successful advertising career in San Francisco and returns to her birthplace in Tennessee. There she learns that she has also "inherited" a business partner. Travis Cooper not only shares the newspaper with Morgan, he is joint owner of her land. And under the terms of her grandfather's will if either of them wishes to leave the land or the newspaper, they forfeit the entire inheritance to the other.
Soon after arriving in Tennessee, Morgan receives anonymous threats and attempts on her life including being tossed into the bottomless "boomshaw." Travis seems to know more than he will tell. In spite of all this, Morgan is attracted to him and is reluctant to believe he would harm her.
DEEPER THAN THE BOOMSHAW is set in a section of rural Tennessee that is both beautiful and fascinating in its variety. The valley was the floor of a shallow ocean 500 million years ago. While today there are lovely rolling green hills and sweeping flower-strewn meadows, the area also has numerous underground lakes, caves and treacherous sink holes. The title of this book refers to the largest of these, called a "boomshaw" (an Indian word for "big hole"). It is believed the boomshaw has a never-ending supply of cool, crystal clear water.
While they struggle together to hold onto their inheritance against an unseen enemy, Morgan and Travis will find a love that is Deeper than the Boomshaw.
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“Loved this book. Good old Southern Fiction with romance, mystery, an appreciation of ancestors and the value of coming home. Great read!"
Sue G. (Raleigh, NC)
“I am not a reader. This book is so wonderful. I read it twice. Great book to have captured my attention. I had trouble putting it down . It really keeps your attention and makes you want more. I can't wait to read the next book! "
Paula T. (Wendell, NC)