The Courville Rose
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Southern belle Addy Courville is condemned to haunt her ancestral home for all eternity after drowning herself when her fiancé dies in the Civil War. Over the years, Addy’s ghost gains power and sophistication. When she notes other souls from her youth being reincarnated, she decides to possess a young body and seek her beloved Rory. Though she tries to push away the soul of a frail child, Sarah Beth Niles proves to be stronger than expected.
Saved from dying by a boy, Shea Landrum, Sarah awakens with a double soul and strong determination to marry Shea someday. While Addy’s knowledge helps Sarah Beth throughout her growing years, they are always at odds about the man they will marry. As Addy searches for the soul of Rory, Sarah clings to her love for Shea. Which couple will prevail in making their love eternal?


What They Are Saying About The Courville Rose

“Shurr is a wonderful storyteller.”

The Romance Studio

“Very easy reads, well written, combined with conflict, believable plots and secondary characters that make the story come alive.”

Jane Lange, Romances, Reads and Reviews

“I love the picture the author paints of the town and the way of life, and the characters are strong and interesting. Great read of this summer and for the beach.”

Joan Conning Afman, Author of The Cheetah Princess

“Lynn Shurr breathes life into the characters and allows each turn of the page to lead up to a pleasurable ending.”

Cherokee, Coffee Time Romance and More

 “Lynn Shurr stories have that distinctive Louisiana flavor…and make you eager for another taste.”

Jeff Salter, Author of Stuck on Cloud Nine

“You can count on Lynn Shurr to deliver interesting characters and great romance.”

A.C. Mason, Author of Deadly Bayou


Meet Lynn Shurr

Lynn Shurr grew up in Pennsylvania Dutch country but left to wander the world shortly after getting a degree in English literature. After living in several states and Europe, she picked up a degree in librarianship. Her first reference job brought her to the Cajun Country of Louisiana. Eventually, she became director of a library system. For her, the old saying, “Once you’ve tasted bayou water, you will always remain here,” came true. She raised three children near the banks of the Bayou Teche and lives there still with her astronomer husband where she writes, paints, and studies history.


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