"Right up there with Charlaine Harris." The intimacy scenes were pretty gratuitous and HOT!!! The book definitely held my interest. Overall, It was a very good story, right up there with Charlaine Harris (True Blood series). I was a little disappointed at the end because I was wanting the story to continue but isn't that the test of a good book; always leave the reader wanting more !!! ~Myra D., Book Fanatic Normally I don't care for romances or westerns, but I loved "Run into the Wind". It was wonderfully written, contains mysteries, satisfying, and unforgettable... It is a novel you can fall into and get lost. Readers are going to enter a richer world. I envy them the trip. ~Cathy Yoder Farmer, Artist Run into the Wind by Lynn Hubbard A Historical Romance for today's women. Determined to take charge of her own life after her family was slaughtered before her eyes; Sabrina Lovett heads west and hops off a train to start anew. Hiding from her affluent brother she takes on the guise of a boy. Everything was going well until the exasperating new Sherriff came to town. Brock Stafford was used to being in control. He was irritated to no end by the stable boy "Will" who challenged him at every turn. Aggravated by his own reaction to the boy he tries to ignore him completely until tragedy brings them together. Sabrina trusts Brock with her life; but can she trust him with her secret?
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|Title of eBook: Run into the Wind|
|Release Date: 02-13-2010|
|Publisher: Lemon Press|
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