It all begins on an ordinary morning in October, when she wakes to a crash in her remote cabin in the beautiful Appalachian foothills.and glass all over the floor. A second later, the outside door of her cabin clicks shut. After that, almost daily clues show up that she's in danger: a horse and mysterious rider nearly run her off a dangerous mountain trail. A black pickup rides her bumper. A shadowy figure lurks in her horse barn. Who is after her-and why? Is it because she's dating the mayor of Windy Ridge, who's running for reelection? Legend reports that "The Sleeping Lady" who guards the valley will awaken if danger looms...but whom can Julie trust?
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Wake the Sleeping Lady
Date:January 9, 2012
I was excited to read this book because of the location of the book and the plot sounded really good, and while the book is good, the main character is too perfect. I'm sure that it sounds silly, but it's a little difficult to relate to a main character that is perfect in every way. That aside, the mystery is really good and kept me guessing to the end.