Nothing can hide real love.
Whispering Mountain #5
On Sale: April 5, 2011
Featuring: Emily McMurray; Lewton Paterson
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Jodi Thomas's Whispering Mountain series is "at the top of
everyone's favorites list." Now the New York Times
bestselling author introduces a gambling man who's about
to discover that finding love in the Wild West takes both
determination and a little luck...
Gambling man Lewton Paterson wants to marry into a
respectable family, even if it costs him his friendship
with Duncan McMurray. After fleecing a train ticket from
one of the three gentlemen picked to call on Duncan's
cousins, Lewt makes his way to Whispering Mountain. But
seducing a well-bred woman is harder than Lewt thought,
and he realizes that to entice a McMurray sister, he'll
need to learn a thing or two about ranching - and love.
Emily McMurray has no intention of ever getting married,
so she convinces a friend to take her place when the
suitors arrive, leaving her free to run the ranch as
usual. But when Lewt insists that Em teach him about
ranching, she finds herself struggling to keep up both her
disguise and the walls around her heart. Because the more
time Em spends with Lewt, the more she desires the man
she's determined to escape...
6 comments posted.
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I have enjoyed many of your books. I appreciate your insights regarding being a writer.
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And that's what we readers appreciate: your writing!
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I must confess I'm not familiar with your books, but after reading all of your accolades, I'll have to read your latest book for sure!! The tips you've given are much more thorough than any author who ever graced these pages before, and I appreciate that, as I'm sure many other budding authors do. Congratulations on your new book. I love the cover, too!!
(Peggy Roberson 8:49pm March 27, 2011)
A writer can't help but write to explain those things swirling around in the mind and make some order out of them or not. Thanks for the tips.
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(Karen Cherubino 2:42pm March 28, 2011)
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