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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Book Review - SPRING MEADOW SANCTUARY by Lynnette Bonner


Cascade Bennett mascarades as Cade Schilling, notorious outlaw, in an attempt to discover where his friend Sam Perry's cattle are disappearing. He has no idea that the leader of the rustlers will have him kidnap the one woman who will not leave his heart alone, Sharyah Jordan.


Meanwhile, Sharyah has taken a teaching job in a town far enough away from Cade that he cannot break her heart another time--or so she thinks. She strikes up a friendship with Sam, knowing his heart will never be hers and that she will never allow her own heart to be broken again. Sam should make a safe husband, not demanding more affection than she has to give.

And then the day comes when Cade breaks back into her life by hauling her off to the hills to an outlaw stronghold. He demands that she call him by the wrong last name. And the other woman at the stronghold--there's something odd about her.

So much confusion, so little information. To find out what happens, you'll have to buy the book, available on Amazon now and will be on Barnes and Nobel or Lynn's website in a few weeks.

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