- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Forever; 1 edition (Nov. 1 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0446548642
- ISBN-13: 978-0446548649
- Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 3.2 x 17.1 cm
- Shipping Weight: 181 g
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #483,919 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Montana Glory Mass Market Paperback – Oct 26 2010
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FANTASTIC PRAISE FOR R. C. RYAN AND MONTANA LEGACY:
"Found love, lost treasure and ever-present danger. R.C. Ryan delivers it all with page-turning romance."
-Nora Roberts, New York Times bestselling author
"Fabulous...A well written story with fully-developed characters that I easily came to care for."
"...a tapestry of beauty filled with the colors of love. A must read..."―RT Book Reviews on Highland Heaven
"...a delightful addition to a memorable series. Catch this before it flies off the shelves..."―RT Book Reviews on Ruby
"...Powerful story...Exquisitely done."―Rendezvous on The Highlander
About the Author
New York Times bestselling author R.C. Ryan has written more than ninety fiction novels, both contemporary and historical. Quite an accomplishment for someone who, after her fifth child started school, gave herself the gift of an hour a day to follow her dream to become a writer.
In a career spanning more than twenty years, Ms. Ryan has given dozens of radio, television, and print interviews across the country and Canada, and has been quoted in such diverse publications as the Wall Street Journal and Cosmopolitan. She has also appeared on CNN News, as well as Good Morning America.
R.C. Ryan is a pseudonym of New York Times bestselling author Ruth Ryan Langan.
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Single mother Riley Mason is hired as the new McCord family accountant. Seems Coot left everything in a huge mess and the long-time foreman, Cal Randall, cannot make heads or tails of the mountain-sized piles of paperwork. Summer, Riley's four-year-old daughter, takes to life on the Lost Nugget Ranch as if she had been born there. But Riley's main reason for leaving Philadelphia is to hide from the dangerous people searching for her. Riley has something these highly placed and powerful people want and she fears harm may come to Summer. The last thing Riley expects is the strong attraction she feels for Zane. Riley must keep her distance from the McCord family. Should her enemies learn of her whereabouts, Riley must be able to grab her daughter and disappear.
When Zane realizes he wants a future that includes Riley and Summer, he becomes determined to tear down the barriers surrounding Riley's heart and gain her trust. Besides, Summer is just too smart and adorable for anyone to resist, especially him. And when the dangerous people looking for Riley find her, the entire McCord family will show Riley just how much she and Summer have come to mean to them all. In the words of Crazy Old Coot, "Life's all about the road ahead, boys. What's past is past. Here's to what's round the bend."
**** FOUR STARS! I have come to love the Lost Nugget Ranch and the people who live there. The small town of Gold Fever, with its lively and intriguing locals, has grown on me. However, trilogies only come in threes. There is not as much danger in this story compared to the previous titles, because the trilogy's ongoing subplot about the lost treasure must have its loose strings tied up as well. The author has succeeded in seamlessly blending the lost treasure plot into the story line surrounding Riley and Zane. Those who have read the first two McCord cousins' stories will be happy to know that they and their new wives do not fade into this tale's background. The author has given each a solid role to play in the lives of Riley and Summer. And do not forget the cousins' aunt. The ongoing romance between her and Cal finally starts to bloom. Characters created by R.C. Ryan are unforgettable. ****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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