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Rescued By The Ranger: A Native American Romance Set In The Appalachian Mountains (Twelve Mountain Romance Series Book 1)
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message 1: by Pale (last edited Jan 23, 2017 05:37PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Pale Moonlight | 2 comments I’d love to have my new book reviewed. I would truly appreciate any help I could get. I can forward free copy in exchange for honest review. E-mail me for more information at:

It's a contemporary romance set in the Appalachian Mountains. The mythic twelve mountain region is a place where the lives of rough mountain men and the local native population intersect as they go about their daily lives. Alliances are formed, adversaries skirt reluctantly around one another, and clan wars are not unheard of. It’s also a place of flawless, epic beauty where love sometimes catches you unawares.

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Four medical professions are experienced in responding to disasters, but today they find the tables turned when their small twin-engine plane crashes in the remote Appalachian Mountain range. The women must pull together to survive. The very real fear of black bears, wildcats and losing their way is quickly replaced by relief when they are met by five natives on horseback. Cassandra, the leader and physician of the group quickly realizes that horses are probably the only way to access the rough terrain.

Their gratitude turns into confusion when they realize the men do not speak English. As they make their way to civilization, they bump into local hill folk. Though the rough spoken mountain men are on good terms with the natives, it becomes increasingly clear that they are suspicious of strangers. The men are descended from Scottish settlers and remain very clannish. Their ways are antiquated and out of sync with the modern age, which isn’t all that surprising since they rarely come down out of the hills.

The women quickly learn to keep to themselves because both healers and women are in short supply. They could easily disappear and never be seen again. Each finds herself riding at a brave’s back and relying upon that man to feed her, keep her save and even for him to share his body heat at night. As time wears on, it’s natural to become overly familiar. It’s also hard not to kindle romance with the playful males, especially since they are totally off the charts hot.

Just when things are warming up, one of the women is abducted by the unpredictable mountain folk. Unbeknownst to most people, capture brides have been part of the hill tradition for over a hundred years. The crash of cultures leaves Cassandra’s head spinning as she desperately tries to figure out way to escape without bringing bloodshed to both her new native friends and the clan members residing in the twelve mountain region. If there is a way out, she’s got to find it and fast.

Please Note: This story is not intended to be a historically accurate description or interpretation of native or Scottish cultures. It is pure fantasy, straight from the writer’s imagination and it is only intended to entertain the reader.

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Shelby | 12 comments please send a pdf to
Thank you.
Shelby Londyn-Heath

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Robert Hult | 11 comments Hi, Shelby,

The protagonist in my series of books is Haida, a couple of generations removed from his tribe, but he time travels to meet his great-grandfather. The series is called "Time Dancer" and this teenager exchanges critical ideas with his ancestor. Are you interested in reviewing what is a unique series that is destined to be a hit novel and a film franchise?

Highest Regards,

Robert William Hult
Time Dancer Pictures, LLC

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Shelby | 12 comments Okay, Robert

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Robert Hult | 11 comments Send me your email again. For some reason, Goodreads keeps skipping over it. Mine is

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Robert Hult | 11 comments The Haida story doesn't actually occur until book 3 in the series.
Bing Brown, the protagonist, doesn't know he's part Native Canadian until the second book. I'm wondering if you would like to see the first book before you get into a second or third. It would make more sense to you.

Highest Regards,

Robert William Hult
Time Dancer Pictures, LLC

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