Monday, January 19, 2015

Book Find: The Fine Line by Tracee Ford

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This book by Tracee Ford sounds very interested. The Fine Line is book 1 in her Between World Series. You might want to check it out. What an awesome cover, right?


Set in Southwestern Ohio, Dr. Matthew Gregory and Robin Hillard meet, fall passionately in love, marry, and settle into their newly restored historical dream home originally constructed in the 1800’s. However, their dreams of a happy life together are challenged by misfortune surrounding the purchase of the home. Soon, they realize that they have stepped into another world, filled with spirits, paranormal phenomenon, and unexplainable realities. The stark realizations as well as other traumas challenge their personal beliefs, the stability of their marriage and, most of all, their sanity. Matt’s logical, scientific certainties are defied when his daughter, Olivia, realizes she is a psychic medium and is able to communicate with the dead. Robin recognizes that her dreams are actually visions of the past directly associate with the previous owners of the home.

The Gregory family soon learns that there is a fine line between the world they live in and the world they can’t see. They seek direction through organized religion as well as through unconventional methods in an effort to understand the strange world of the paranormal. Ultimately, the family grows stronger and the relationship between Robin and Matt becomes unbreakable. They finally realize that they can face anything as long as they are together and have faith.


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Tracee Ford is an award winning author with work published by Injected Ink, an imprint of PDMI Publishing, LLC. She has been a member of the Paranormal Romance Guild since 2012. Her second novel, "Idolum: Visions of the Undone," was nominated by the PRG for best paranormal romantic suspense novel of 2013, securing and winning second place.

Ford is also a playwright, director, and puppeteer. She loves writing paranormal romance, romantic suspense, and crime novels. However, she is branching out, exploring other genres, specifically historical romance and medieval fantasy. Her early works included poetry and nonfictional research for her undergraduate degree in social sciences and psychology from Shawnee State University. She continued her quest for knowledge and wrote more research based work while completing her master's degree in forensic psychology at the University of North Dakota.

1 comment:

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    P.S. Tracee's books sounds interesting.