The Last Haven by Teresa Schulz (The Lost Land Series Book 3) by Teresa Schulz #Trilogy @vetgirl4z

Officially blushing now… best review I’ve had…ever!


The Last Haven (The Lost Land Series Book 3) by [Schulz, Teresa]BOOK DESCRIPTION

Genevieve MacGregor has tried to move on from the untimely loss of her beloved husband Nate, two years past. Still, her family worry as they see the vibrant woman they knew, slip deeper into a melancholy shell.
Neil, scientist and family friend, is burdened with guilt and can’t bear to see the haunted look in Gen’s eyes. When he hears an explosion on the northern border of the valley, Neil is first on the spot to investigate. An old woman’s dying words dare to give him the hope he has been praying for.
The only problem being that this Holy Grail of Redemption with Gen appeared to be residing in the Hell on Earth he had escaped from, seven years ago.
The Last Haven is the third book in The Lost Land series.


The Last Haven (The Lost Land Series Book 3)


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Avenge My Chief (The Lost Land Series Book 2) by Teresa Schulz #Trilogy @vetgirl4

Thanks Susan for the wonderful review. Immensely pleased you enjoyed the trilogy.



It is now 2035 and Gen and Nate MacGregor’s family have overcome the traumatic upheaval in their lives since the oil ran out. Five years on and they are finally looking forward to some ‘quiet’ years together.
The rest of the world though, is not surviving these times quite so well as the MacGregors. Thousands have died from starvation. Wars have broken out in many countries over dwindling resources. Cities have crumbled as the world’s leaders and infrastructure has failed, leaving survivors to deal with life in whatever way they can. Many who have made it this far, have done so with cunning and ruthlessness.
The cruel twist of fate’s knife is felt once again when newcomers to Arrow Valley betray their generosity and Gen finds herself in danger, again, of losing everything she loves.
Will the strong head of this family, once again show true-grit in the…

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