||Trappers Peak Publishing
||Jul 9, 2012
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From the Scottish Highlands to the Montana frontier, experience the first book in a series about a family in search of peace, hope, and love on a wild land.
She was a on a quest of discovery. He was on a quest for revenge. Together they would discover a second chance.
Brenna Cameron travels from Scotland after losing someone she loves in search of family she didn't know existed. Alone now in the world, Brenna makes an arduous journey, following the trail of discovery to Briarwood, Montana. Here she meets Ethan Gallagher, and the rest of the Gallagher clan. Only with their help is she able to discover lost family, heal old wounds and embark on a treacherous confrontation with a man who destroyed her family.
As head of the Gallagher clan, Ethan has more than enough to occupy his thoughts and time-he didn't need the complication of Brenna Cameron and he certainly didn't need the trouble that came with her. Ethan takes on the unwanted duty of self-appointed protector to the headstrong Scot, only to discover there is such a thing as second chances and more to life than revenge.
The Historical Western Romance Montana Gallagher Series:
Book One - Gallagher's Pride
Book Two - Gallagher's Hope
Book Three - Gallagher's Choice
Setting: Montana Territory and Scotland
Sensuality Rating: PG
Find excerpts at http://www.mkmcclintock.com
Wonderful Historical Romance
. . . I loved every word of this book! McClintock does a masterful job of sucking the reader in, making them hang in there and keep turning those pages. I could really sense that MK is very familiar with Montana as she lovingly described it's beauty in great detail. I also really enjoyed the fact that she sets the story in beautiful Scotland, invoking the reader to really connect with the land and landscapes. The story isn't predictable and the characters, while flawed enough that you want to reach through the pages and smack them upside the head when they're being idiots, are also believable. . . (Cait Lavender)
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