V is for Victoria and the Ghost by Janet K. Brown
Blurb (fromAmazon): When her mother leaves the family to become a Dallas trophy wife, Victoria’s dad moves her and her sister to a North Texas farm to herd cattle and raise chickens. Refusing to believe this is more than a temporary set-back, Victoria tries to make new friends which isn’t an easy task. The first one stabs her in the back with gossip and a sharp tongue. Meanwhile, her new stepsister takes Victoria’s place in her mother’s heart. Rejection and anger stalk Victoria like a rattlesnake in the cemetery. Good thing she makes friends with a ghost and through him, a good-looking teenaged cowboy.
4 thoughts on “V is for Victoria and the Ghost #AtoZChallenge”
Oh, thank you, Melanie, for the highlight. “Victoria and the Ghost was my debut novel in July, 2012. What fun I had writing this. Still love the story. It was during that time that I met author, Melanie Robertson-King. We had a great time debuting our novels in Topeka, KS.
You’re very welcome, Janet! Victoria and the Ghost was a great book. I enjoyed reading it. We did have fun that weekend in Kansas. 🙂
I second that, Melanie. This is a lovely story and a great debut novel. Looking forward to more from Janet. Wonderful choice for the letter V.
Oh, shucks, thanks, Melanie & Beverly.