Reaching For Normal: A Free Small Town Romantic Suspense Novel

· Bloo Moose Romance Book 1 · Jemi Fraser
18 reviews

About this ebook

Enjoy this free opposites-attract romance and discover the quirky town of Bloo Moose where love is always worth the risk!

Former SEAL Sawyer Banks lost his team in a nightmare attack. Now, he’d rather spend his time in the woods surrounding his secluded home.

To appease his sister, Sawyer is stuck teaching all things winter to a sexy writer whose inner strength out-muscles everyone and whose past might have more shadows than his own.

Can these two lost souls solve the mystery behind a butchered wolf before the killer turns his sights on them?

Sawyer and Myla’s story is perfect for fans of the grumpy-sunshine trope, protective heroes, strong heroines, unique small towns, and warm fuzzies in their HEAs.


Reaching For Normal is the 1st book in the Bloo Moose Romance romantic suspense series. Each book can be read as a standalone. The book contains some strong language and sexy times. Enjoy.

18 reviews
Sue Kennett
July 2, 2021
Well written, Good story line. Great read
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Lyn Ngwenya
July 1, 2022
Non stop action with tonnes of love
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About the author

Jemi Fraser writes both fiction and nonfiction. Her nonfiction work focuses on the ways that dementia has impacted her family. Her fiction work varies from contemporary romance to suspense and flash fiction. Years as a teacher have taught Jemi that life is short and that happy endings are a must.

Jemi lives in Northern Ontario, Canada where snow is always a topic of conversation and the autumn leaves make everything better.

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