"The Mulligan is not an easy book to label. It is not a romance, as such, but there is definitely a love story unfolding. It isn't a family saga, although her dysfunctional family is the reason why Bobbi ends up in Orlando hitting golf balls. The Christian thread is definitely there, but it is handled with a wonderfully delicate touch. No altar calls. No unconvincing conversations full of scripture. No sudden conversion experience. Instead, it is a gentle awakening that is never hammered home or pushed. This makes The Mulligan a perfect inspirational novel, suitable for just about any reader." Reader Review Amazon
Kate Song is tired of running from her past. Ever since her near-death experience, she sees details in photographs other people can't. At first, she saw it as a gift, but she’s no longer sure if it’s a blessing or a curse. She wants to forget about being the Miracle Girl—the lone survivor of the explosion that killed everyone she loved. With hope for a new beginning and anonymity, Kate accepts a job as a photographer for the daily newspaper in the rural town of Bend, PA. Her first assignment thrusts her into the mysterious disappearance of three women and the discovery of a clandestine women's compound. Uneasy and uncertain who to trust, Kate turns to Seth Abrams, the paper's reporter.
Seth's one desire is to capture the big story that will catapult him to journalistic stardom. Bend's cult-like doings provide the perfect opportunity—until Kate, the new photographer, scoops him. When Kate reveals her secret to him along with her fears about the town, he must choose to help her or use her—and her gift, as his stepping stone to fame.
Will Kate and Seth team up to protect the people of Bend? Or will Kate fall victim to Bend's darker side?
Release date 2/17/17 Available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble