Our authors have been busy reading away. Today’s #NornsAuthorsReviews comes from Julie who read Lure: Jesse & Hawk by W.L. Hawkin. Check out her review. If you’ve already read the book, let us know what you thought in the comments below. Thank you. 🙂
Hawk is a wounded doctor bent on losing himself on the Chippewa reservation.
Jesse’s a vegan nature photographer trying to find herself on that same wild land.
When Hawk shoots the deer Jesse’s photographing, passions flare. Then Jesse hears that Hawk’s friend is dying and sets off alone on horseback to warn him. He deserves the chance to say goodbye she never had.
BUT DANGER LURKS EVERYWHERE NEAR THE SMALL MIDWESTERN TOWN OF LURE RIVER.
Jesse’s just discovered the twenty-year-old bones of a missing Indigenous girl in her shed and drawn the unwanted attention of two local men.
CAN JESSE FIND HAWK BEFORE THEY FIND HER?
Ruby Little Bear’s tragic tale weaves through the narrative, reminding us that ONE MOMENT CAN CHANGE EVERYTHING.