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  • Posted October 10, 2011

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    Shannon has been engaged to Bucky forever. Well, sort of.

    Though you wouldn't know it to watch her. She's been researching and studying to try to find the treasure her father found just before his death. She just can't believe that he spent his life trying to find a treasure that meant more to him than the family he left behind. She's not even realizing that she's doing the same thing to others that he did to destroy her.

    Now, she's off, without Bucky, gallivanting through the desert with a bunch of hired hands and trying desperately to hide the maps that he left for her. Until, she learns that hired hands aren't as trustworthy as the money you pay them with. They've left her high and dry and barely alive.

    Gabe hears the melee and races to see where the shots and screams originated. And sees, high on an unaccessible ledge above him the most beautiful woman he'd ever seen. Now, all he needs to do is rescue her. Somehow.

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  • Posted May 6, 2011

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    A Grand Canyon Adventure!

    Shannon Dysart may have hired a team to travel with her across the country, but she still feels very alone. With heirloom maps of a lost city, she and her party are on the hunt for gold and riches. When months of searching yields no discoveries, her gang steals her belongings and leaves her for dead. Lucky for her, wandered Gabe Lasley hears her cries for help and comes to her rescue. Though tension is high, sparks immediately fly between Gabe and Shannon. And when Gabe agrees to accompany Shannon on her continued quest, the romance is sure to get hotter. But when Shannon's former crew doubles back with hostile intentions, things in the Grand Canyon are going to get quite treacherous.

    How Mary Connealy managed to write an opening that was even better than all of her other book beginnings, I will never know. But she did it. Seriously. Best. Opening. EVER. This book was great. Gabe and Shannon's dialogue is so snarky and yet never waivers from being tender too. It is obvious to any reader that Connealy loves writing about landscapes and nature just as much as she loves writing strong women and tough cowboys. Her descriptions of the Grand Canyon are never long, but the detail she does provide clearly illustrate the beauty and awe the land inspires. She same goes for her characters. Small snipets like "the man spoke through a mustache so bushy his mouth didn't appear to move" are perfect examples of how one little detail can really cement an image in the readers mind. As always, I am looking forward to her next book!

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