Cover Reveal of Andrea Goodson's RIVERBEND: THE COLLECTION

It is finally time to share the cover for Andrea Goodson's Riverbend: The Collection which will be available October 8, 2013 on Kindle!

Riverbend: The Collection is a compilation of all three novels in The Riverbend Trilogy: Riverbend, Rapid Water, and Waking Tide. This collection offers readers the chance to get all three books at once and for a fantastically low promotional price of $4.99! Three books for 5 bucks!

So, without further ado, here is the cover for Riverbend: The Collection!

Nestled deep in Northwest Pennsylvania, in the thick forest of the Allegheny Mountains, is a quiet community named Kennerdell. Rich in Native American and European settlement history with few inhabitants and a charming culture, growing up there was simple for Lena Woodruff. But when grief stepped in and darkened her life-everything changed and after years of escape, Lena is forced to return home. A web of mystery and danger that dates back to America’s earliest days, quickly weaves around her and when a longtime friend, one who knows the tragedy that plagues Lena's heart, comes back into her life - things get complicated.

Grief darkens her thoughts while insecurity and self-doubt cause the lines between reality and imagination to blur. Just when she thinks she can't take anymore, a small glimmer of hope arises.
A sudden and unexpected need for love begins a conflict between self-doubt and the promise of something better. Where strength can be weakness and vulnerability-an asset, the greatest danger that threatens Lena in Kennerdell may just be herself. Will she be able to unfold the truth around this mystery or will it be easier to run away?

Love, danger, and history collide in Riverbend: The Collection
Look for it on Kindle October 8, 2013!

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