Endless Possibilities – Book 1 of the the Spiritual Gifts series
After the tragic loss of her husband, Alexis Mathers packs up her clairvoyant, seven-year-old daughter, and heads home to find her grandmother, Evelyn Bozeman, has died in a mysterious accident. As Evelyn's life was an enigma before her marriage into the Bozeman family, Alexis makes it her sole mission to discover more about her grandmother's secretive past.
Although Tyler Jameson grew up on a neighboring ranch, he was a staple on the Bozeman farm, where he, Alexis, and her brother were constant companions - until the day they weren't. His appreciation for Alexis always stopped short of flirting, but now that she's back in town, she's more of a distraction than he could ever imagine.
Before they realize it, Evelyn's secrets draw them into a power struggle with a family from Evelyn's past. A family that will stop at nothing to keep their secrets buried, even if that means taking more lives.
See what happens when Alexis and Tyler are reintroduced after life has molded them into perfect partners, whether they know it or not. Read along to learn how a little heavenly help via a deceased grandmother, helps give them a push. And, find out if Evelyn can protect her granddaughter from the wheels she put in motion before it's too late?
About Kimberly McKay (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Author)
Multi-genre author, repped scriptwriter and podcaster, Kimberly McKay, has traveled worldwide due to her father's military career. She started her writing career at the state paper in Oklahoma before she got traditionally published and eventually transitioned into becoming an Indie Author.
Kimberly's sixth book, Endless Possibilities, has been optioned for film. She's recently signed an agent agreement for four of her original scripts that are being shopped throughout the film community. Kimberly hosts 'A Novel Thought' podcast, which can be found on most streaming platforms.
She and her husband, married for over 20 years, love to travel and reside in Oklahoma City with their son and rescue dog. Kimberly is a part-time instructor at The University of Oklahoma, helping students with their writing.
Contact Kimberly at her website kimberlymckayauthor.com or her FB page at facebook.com/authorkimberlymckay or find her podcast at https://anchor.fm/kimberly-mckay