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Granite Man & Warrior (MacKenzie-Blackthorn #4-5)

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Granite Man
Mariah MacKenzie returned to her family's Rocky Mountain ranch determined to reclaim a life she's longed for. Cash McQueen was a distraction she didn't need, a temptation she didn't wantbut the only man tough enough to be her guide on a bold quest for a legendary treasure. Cash's passion for prospecting didn't run to beautiful womenanymore. Until Mariah made h
Paperback, 409 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books
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May 29, 2014 Joanne rated it really liked it
2 stories in this book.

1- Granite Man - Mariah returns to her families ranch after 15 years of being unwanted and not fitting in. Her brother and his wife welcome her with open arms but Cash, whose sister is married to her brother, thinks that she is just another female who wants to be taken care of. Mariah searches for a long lost gold mine on her families land to prove that she can pay her own way.

2- Warrior - Nevada steps in to help Eden when she goes into a bar to speak to the bartender abou
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Jun 15, 2015 Lynn Poppe rated it liked it
Granite Man & Warrior by Elizabeth Lowell are two contemporary westerns printed in one book. The first, Granite Man, is about Mariah MacKenzie and Cash McQueen. The second, Warrior, is about Eden Summers and Nevada Blackthorn.

These books have all the tropes. She’s an inexperienced virgin. He’s a hardened man with no ability to love. She falls instantly in love. He falls instantly in lust. She ends up pregnant. Everything works out and the live happily ever after. Oh sorry for ruining the plo
Lynda Miranda
Feb 07, 2016 Lynda Miranda rated it liked it
I don't understand why people, in writing their reviews, tell about the story. Usually we know what the story is about before we open the book. I want to hear reviews. Here's mine. Typical romance. Not much mystery or suspense. And that's fine by me. The sex scenes were very involved so that was different. I read Sandra Brown and Nora Roberts but miss Lowell really got involved in it LOL
Oct 17, 2013 Joanie rated it really liked it
Book #1-Granite Man- After being away from the family ranch for about 15 years, Mariah returned with a map to find the family gold. Cash could not trust her but she set out to prove him wrong. He became her guide and fell in love with Mariah but wouldn't give in to it. She became pregnant but Cash knew or thought he knew that he wasn't the father. Was she conning him? A good read.
Book #2-Warrior- A government "cat" expert was hired to learn about the cougars on the Rocky M ranch. Eden, being a p
meh.....this was a reread from awhile ago and it's typical E.L writing. Wasn't dazzled by it but it helped pass the time. I find that I really have to be in the mood for dramatics in order to enjoy her books.
Mar 06, 2015 Maria rated it liked it
Shelves: wounded-hero
"Warrior": I didn't know Elizabeth Lowell's work but reading this story was a real pleasure and discovery; she is a very good writer and created two fascinating characters, interacting in a beautiful wild landscape.
There's a kind of poetical quality in "Warrior" that was quite appealing to me, but some things just sound as exaggerations ("I am a warrior", says the hero, Nevada).
In my opinion, the narrator's sober and passional closeness to the its characters and physical context was really beaut
Nov 22, 2010 Lora rated it really liked it
Both books were an enjoyable read. They got a little lengthy in some of the sex scenes. Both had a predictable ending but getting there was fun. I need to check for previous books for the first two men who are married on the ranch.
Aug 15, 2010 Andrea rated it liked it
Shelves: romance
ontinuing stories of the Rocking M ranch in southwestern Colorado.
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Individually and with co-author/husband Evan, Ann Maxwell has written over 60 novels and one work of non-fiction. There are 30 million copies of these books in print, as well as reprints in 30 foreign languages. Her novels range from science fiction to historical fiction, from romance to mystery. After working in contemporary and historical romance, she became an innovator in the genre of romantic ...more
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