Sherrie Lea Morgan
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About Sherrie Lea Morgan
Sherrie Lea Morgan constantly searches for ghost walk tours in her home state of Georgia. There isn't a haunted house she refuses to enter. Bouncing off story ideas with her twin sister is a past time of hers, as her dog Bennett refuses to respond to her questions. When not working her current manuscripts, she enjoys spending time with her family. Although her children refuse to join her paranormal movie thrills, they are supportive in her obsession of all things scary. Of course, they are always willing to travel with her. She endeavors to show her readers a different view of ghosts in her paranormal books. Sherrie Lea also works to weave other paranormal gifts in her novellas.
She is an active member of Romance Writers of America, her local chapter Georgia Romance Writers and the Paranormal Romance Guild. Visit her web page at www.sherrieleamorgan.com.
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Join Shannon again in the ninth book of this series. The number of trinkets left in Shannon’s box is dwindling, but when she takes the gloves off for a pair of pearl earrings, her vision of a pair of star-crossed lovers tugs hard at her heart. Her search takes her from virtual Internet byways to concrete highways landing in Augusta, where she hopes to pick up the psychic trail. As she stitches the pieces together, the threads of unfinished business get tangled up with her own. And lead her to a crossroads that could either heal, or cause more heartbreak.
Ghosts of the past hover at Shannon Pryce’s fingertips, waiting for her to touch the things they loved and envision snapshots of their lives. With the ghostly spirit of her wise-cracking twin sister at her side, Shannon’s gift made her the most sought-after psychic in Birmingham. Until she tried to help the police find a missing boy alive—and failed.
When she inherits Trinkets, an antique store in small-town Petrie’s Crossing, she jumps at the chance to leave the nightmares behind. The dusty shop comes with a cat, quirky neighbors, and Mitch—sexy owner of the corner diner, whose touch leaves her weak-kneed with desire.
Trinkets also comes with a hidden cache of seemingly unrelated objects, each with a mystery to untangle. Shannon resolves to return each one to its rightful owner, though even this small, hesitant use of her gift reopens a Pandora’s box of flashbacks.
Can she manage to accomplish her mission, keep her sanity, fall in love, and sidestep the local police, all while keeping her gift off the town gossips’ radar?
Lost Trinkets, Vol. 1 (Books 1-3): A Psychic Paranormal Series
A Timed Wager - Book One
When the gloves come off, the truth comes out…
A Ring of Truth - Book Two
Sometimes, the ghosts of the past talk back.
A Secret Escape - Book Three
When the past is unlocked, no telling what will come out…
With news of Shannon’s talent going viral, she retreats to the one thing she can still control: returning the trinkets in her box to their rightful owners. This time, she needs a clue as to how to help Elaine, the local church’s resident spirit. It comes in the form of an old coin, one that she senses was once one of many.
How coin and ghost are connected is a mystery she must solve to put Elaine’s shadowed past to rest, heal the deep-running rifts in Petrie’s Crossing—and free Shannon to build a bright future with her fiancé, Mitch.
Just as Shannon and her ghost sister, Steph, ponder who’s the rightful owner of a ring from the trinket box, a young child goes missing. It's Clara, an angelic seven-year-old who can see ghosts. The whole town pulls together in a desperate search, but Shannon is terrified. It’s too much like the case that drove her into hiding, but Shannon must find the courage to open herself to visions that could break her. All the while hoping and praying that this time, the story will have a happy ending.
Moving in with Mitch isn’t the only big step forward Shannon has made recently. She’s let him see her—really see her—psychic gift and all. And he hasn’t run for the hills. Shannon even dares to let him watch her open her box of trinkets to select the next item to return to its rightful owner.
The plain old wristwatch reveals a fractured, incomplete vision of a young man frantic to leave town before he suffers retaliation for…something. Shannon’s not sure what, or even who the young man is. A familiar name surfaces in the vision—Michelline, an elderly shop owner whose roots reach back deep into Louisiana’s Hoodoo culture.
With St. Patrick’s Day approaching and Petrie’s Crossing gearing up to celebrate, Shannon hopes the luck of the Irish will work its magic. Helped along by tea-and-sugar enticements to not-so-subtly tap into the town gossip mill.
But as Shannon’s visions reveal more pieces of the puzzle—some of them drenched in blood—she begins to wonder if this is one trinket that could cause more heartbreak than healing.
Hank's hopes aren't high when it comes to his sight-unseen bride. Heck, he'd settle for a good cook and a warm body. However, Lillian is a lady and skittish as a wild filly—determined to take things slow. She proves her point by sleeping in the guest room.
Just as Lillian begins to fall in love, and yearns to become a true wife, Hank is shot. With potions handed down by her ghostly Gammy she works to keep him alive. Will death come calling or will Hank live to share the last unclaimed piece of property on their homestead…his bed?
Halloween, when the veil between worlds is thinnest, will be the perfect time to take off her gloves and let her psychometric gift find its rightful owner. Except the pipe is oddly silent—or shielding its secret.
Tapping reluctantly into Petrie’s Crossing gossip mill, Shannon finds a confusing tangle of old grudges, feuding families, and a graveyard that’s about to be bulldozed for an apartment complex.
If there’s one thing Shannon knows for sure, you never mess with the resting dead. But to make sense of this mystery, she’ll have to reveal a few secrets of her own…and risk losing everything she’s come to love.
Shannon Pryce thought that once she left Birmingham, her past would stay behind. Instead, it’s nipping at her heels and tearing holes in her plan to live a quiet, normal life in Petrie’s Crossing.
Things are still hot and spicy with Mitch, but with a tell-all book hitting the shelves—and Mitch ready to take the next step—how long can she stay off the town busybodies’ hot topics list?
Her emotions grow even more tangled when she touches a locket from her late aunt’s box of trinkets. The impression of love and loss is almost too much to bear. Worse, as Shannon’s psychic power grows stronger, the ghost of her twin sister, Stephanie, seems to be growing weaker.
Yet as she pushes herself to discover the locket’s story, her quest to start over with a clean slate doesn’t seem like such a high priority. Not when there’s an injustice to make right…even if it turns her own house of cards into a ton of bricks.
Shannon Pryce is slowly settling into small-town life, but with a psychic gift like hers to hide, fitting in is more of a challenge. If she’s ever to put down real roots in Petrie’s Crossing’s red-clay soil, it’s time to widen her circle beyond a few friends, acquaintances, and one smoking-hot lover.
It’s also time to solve the mystery of the next object in her late Aunt Caroline’s box, this time a brass key. Oddly enough, the key transmits the same disturbing impressions she picks up inside the railroad museum—fire, smoke, pleas for help from an underground trap.
Worse, the author who’s been hounding her for an interview is asking too many personal questions—and threatening to show up on her doorstep. Can Shannon dig deep enough to find the key’s rightful owner, heal a woman’s broken heart, and find the strength to confront the ghosts of her own past?
Her relationship with Mitch at a crossroads, Shannon knows it’s time to tell him everything. The tragedy that drove her to escape to Petrie’s Crossing. How she came to own Trinkets. And her quest to use her gift and return each item in her secret box to its rightful owner.
One of which, she now knows, belongs to Mitch.
As their relationship wobbles on shaky ground, a person from Shannon’s past appears, bearing a message she’s not ready to hear. Leaving her wondering if she belongs in Petrie’s Crossing, or if she’s destined to keep running.