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  • 08/2017
  • B074SYJDXS B074SYJDXS
  • 120 pages
  • $2.99
Sinda Slagle
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Cool Water
Trail guide Natalie Coleman has her perfect job in Yosemite National Park—until she and a group of riders come face-to-face with the biggest, meanest grizzly she’s ever seen! When the bear attacks, she must not only save her group, but also a lone rider who comes out of the woods—unaware of what’s happening. Wes Evans is down to his last good nerve. Camping in Yosemite to study owls—and get away from his life—seems like the perfect solution. Though he’s just been fired, been served divorce papers, and had his head set afire by his brother, Fate still has plenty of tricks up her sleeve for him. Charged by an angry bear, he’s bucked off his horse, knocked unconscious, and left with a case of total amnesia. The only bright spot is that Natalie takes him under her wing until he can remember…something! With his lack of memory, things get complicated with parents, jobs, and ex-lovers. The longer Wes stays with Natalie, the more uncertain he is about returning to his former life—whatever it might have been. And although Natalie has sworn off men, she can’t help but enjoy having Wes in her life—even with the chance that their friendship is about to go into forbidden territory! How can she fall for a man she knows nothing about?
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5.0 out of 5 starsBook Review of Cool Water Written by Jeanne Harrell Reviewer Cheri Mills I ...

May 20, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

Book Review of Cool Water
Written by Jeanne Harrell
Reviewer Cheri Mills

I have just finished reading a delightful romantic western story! Cool Water is a refreshing fiction by a veteran storyteller Jeanne Harrell. She has written this story as part of the Westerners Series and many of her stories have strong women characters.
In Cool Water, the strong woman character is Natalie Coleman who leads trail rides through Yosemite National Park. Her best friend is her sister Jenna who tries to tell Natalie how to live her life. Natalie quit her previous job as a Park Ranger after she dumped her cheating fiancé; she wanted a less stressful life.
But her life became stressful and complicated after a bear charged her horse on a trail ride. Another rider came out of the woods and the bear charged the new rider. Natalie diverted the bear’s attention with yelling and her horse turned and charged the bear. The bear had had enough. But the new rider was bucked off and hit his head on a rock. The doctor said Wes Evans had a concussion and needed rest—at Natalie’s cabin. A further complication was that Wes, a noted owl expert, had amnesia. I wanted Natalie and Wes to fall in love but that did not seem likely for this pair.
I would recommend this story to anyone who loves romance of unlikely personalities who are going through career and personal crises. Readers should love the western way of life—horses, owls, cabins in the woods, and fishing.

Formats
Kindle Edition eBooks Details
  • 08/2017
  • B074SYJDXS B074SYJDXS
  • 120 pages
  • $2.99

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