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SEPTEMBER, 2018 RUINS LEGACY By: Janie Franz The Plot: Kate Ferguson‟s life is crumbling around her as she is shoved out of her ten-year-old son‟s life as he prepares for his testing to be the next shaman. Relegated to babysitting a pregnant woman she doesn‟t even know in an unfamiliar place, she is bombarded by her son‟s growing abilities and her own, dark secrets, strange revelations, spiritual trials, and an intriguing female ranch hand who challenges everything she knows. An Exc erpt Toni was in her late-forties, maybe, tall, stocky, and native but had more refined features than those of the local pueblo tribes or the Hopi, or even the Navajo. A wide intricately- worked, silver band pulled her shoulder-length hair off her face. She wore jeans, boots, and a loose, blue striped shirt that covered any evidence she was female. If Kate hadn‟t heard her speak, she would have thought she was just another male rancher. Toni extended her hand, and Kate took it, feeling the same rough weathered palm that Dutch had. She spoke her name as she looked at Toni‟s eyes, finding them a deep blue and quite unique in such a native face. Briefly, those eyes flashed wide as if there was some message or recognition in their contact. Surpris- ingly, Kate didn‟t pick up anything, except a sense of trust. Reviews Welcome. Available in E-Book At: MuseItUp Publishing, Inc. Amazon BN Author Contact Info: Price: $2.99 Pre-Order Pages 384 Heat Level: R+ (F/F Romance) Website & Blog Facebook Twitter Amazon Author Page Biography: Janie Franz comes from a long line of liars and storytellers with deep roots in East Tennessee. Her anthro- pology degree is a reflection of her wide curiosity. She is an author, a professional speaker, the US acquisition editor and a content editor for MuseItUp Publishing, an academic editor, ghostwriter, and reviewer. Previously, she published an online music publication (Refrain Magazine) and was an agent/publicist for a groove/funk band, a radio announcer, a yoga/relaxation instructor, a music festival publicist, and private chef. She is the au- thor of twelve titles with MUSE, a freelance writing manual, co-author of two wedding how-to books, and a self -help book. She lives in Santa Fe where she writes fantasy, archaeology thrillers, paranormal, and contemporar- ies—and can be found on a dance floor. 12 12