Wednesday, June 20, 2012
On My Nightstand - Love on the Range by Jessica Nelson
Gracelyn Riley's obsession with finding and interviewing Striker, a man who rescues young women from kidnappers, is all part of a plan. If she can make a name for herself in publishing, she can avoid an arranged marriage and be an independent woman.
When the influenza outbreak occurs, her parents ship her to her uncle in Texas. Coincidentally, newspaper accounts put Striker in that area.
Her uncle's partner, Trevor Cruz, doesn't know how to handle this new threat to his secret identity. He worries that Gracie will get herself into a heap of trouble. He vows to protect her, which means they'll be spending a lot of time together.
Author Jessica Nelson's debut book delighted me. She's a natural storyteller and held my interest every step of the way. I'm looking forward to her future books. Way to go, Jess!
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Thank you Susan for highlighting this book. Your reviews always make me curious!
That's just how we like the hero and heroine! Stuck together with no where to hide. Thanks for sharing, Susan. :)
Awwww! Thank you so much, Susan! You're such an avid reader that a compliment from you means alot. Thank you!!
I read it and totally agree!
Great story, and Jessica is an author to be watched.
Hi Marja - You're welcome. Curious is good. I hope you'll satisfy that curiosity.
Hi Dottie - She did a great job with this story.
Hi Jess - What do you have planned next for us?
Hi Loree - Thanks for the confirmation. Loved her ending!
Can't wait to read this book. It's on my TBR pile as we speak. :) Thanks for the review.
You'll enjoy it. :)
Susan, that sounds like a really good read. thanks for writing about Love on the Range.
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