Lost in Lone Creek
email@example.com (Friday, 13 January 2012)
Great book to curl up with on a rainy afternoon…rnrnMs. Manners tugs you right in to the sights and smells of Lone Creek Ranch where you’ll want
to kick your cowboy boots up on the coffee table and sit back with your coffee mug and linger awhile. Lost in Lone Creek is the perfect size to curl
up with on the couch for a couple hours on a rainy afternoon, but at seventy-three delicious pages, you’ll wish it were longer.rnrnLand Developer
Jessica Tate isn’t so likeable when she first appears at Lone Creek Ranch in her high-heeled pumps, designer sunglasses and snooty attitude.
Although Rancher Carson Merrill hasn’t seen Jessica since she stomped away a year ago, that doesn’t stop him from looking past her bitter exterior
into the heart of the girl he fell in love with and planned to marry. With Carson’s gentle encouragement, Jessica’s attitude melts, along with the
brick wall she’d erected since her brother’s accident, making it impossible not to fall in love with this cowboy. rnrnA sweet, irresistible
romance, Lost in Lone Creek is the first in the series. As usual, Ms. Manners leaves us eagerly waiting for the next book. Congratulations, Ms.
Manners. Five stars from this reader!