Several story lines had me guessing for quite some time as they were entangled from start to finish. There are many characters but there is no difficulty telling them apart. I have to say, it took a moment to get used to the idea of zuvembies. Love the concept and the truly modern technology.
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LOVE'S ENIGMA by Charles Breakfield and Rox Burkey. It's a short story, which is nice; if you have a short attention span, you can cruise right along. The plot is nicely developed, the characters are interesting and full-bodied, like fine wine. Do yourself a favor and get a copy. At 99 cents, it's an awesome bit of enjoyment in a rush rush world.https://www.amazon.com/Loves-Enigma-Charles-Breakfield-ebook/dp/B08BKR6789/
A beautiful dancing girl comes to the booming oil town of Ashland, Texas; people notice. When she is found dead in a ditch, nobody notices. Or so they say.
It’s a small oil town, expertly portrayed by the author. Characters are so well developed even the minor ones linger in your mind long after the book is closed—from the older than-his-age young boy looking for his father, to the circumspect newspaper publisher in search of both a story and her oft-missing lover, to the transient preacher who claims all he wants to do is save souls.
Ashland is a small town like, but unlike, any you’ve known. Everyone is aware of everyone’s business. In spite of that, somehow secrets are kept. All but one…