The Roads Dead End by Jennifer Robins

Clark and his wife Ginger head out from their apartment in a suburb in Arizona for a week’s vacation to a resort in the desert. They expect to find the old west as a theme in the park portrait with all the buildings and clothes of the old west to make it seem real, but what they find is nothing like the brochures advertised. Were they lost in a time warp, or did this place turn out to be a joke?

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The Roads Dead End is another great paranormal romance adventure by Jennifer Robins.

This short story begins as Ginger who works at a medical center and her husband Clark who is an airport fight coordinator is destined to take a vacation to Alamo Lake Park. The brochures and vacation video has convinced Clark and Ginger that this desert resort is the vacation spot that they have been dreaming about.

“Soon they were on their way with the sun in the lower western sky still radiating heat to the earth in shimmering waves across the roads that led to the outer city limits. Evening was approaching and Clark wanted to get to the park before dark.”

Come vacation with Ginger and Clark as they need a much needed break from their professional lives and a romantic getaway to the Wild, Wild West! Or, was it a very strange place, nothing like what they’d expected!

Cold Coffee Press endorses ‘The Roads Dead End’ as just one of many of Jennifer Robin’s paranormal adventures. We were given this book in a PDF format for review. The book review was completed on July 4, 2015. Please visit Cold Coffee Press for more information. http://www.coldcoffeepress.com

Genre: Paranormal (Supernatural),

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Author Jennifer Robins Published Books:
Abuse Me No More
An Author’s Nightmare
Careful What You Wish
Emily’s Other Face
Ghostly Antiques
Ghostly Antiques II: The Ancient Egyptian Bowl
Jeffrey
Mirror Mirror
Murder Me Twice
Outside That Door
Over The Mistletoe
Roads End
Secret Visions
The Ghost of Herbert Grezley
The Roads Dead End
To Christmas With Love
Trick or Threat
What Happened to Anna

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