Claiming the Legend [NOOK Book]

Overview

For Lilly Peach staying alive means keeping a low profile, blending in, not being noticed. When she fears having been found by those contracted to kill her, Lilly is sent to a new "safe house" in Legend, Tennessee.

The pristine old-fashioned streets and genteel southern hospitality of the town's folks eventually lull Lilly into believing, ...
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Claiming the Legend

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Overview

For Lilly Peach staying alive means keeping a low profile, blending in, not being noticed. When she fears having been found by those contracted to kill her, Lilly is sent to a new "safe house" in Legend, Tennessee.

The pristine old-fashioned streets and genteel southern hospitality of the town's folks eventually lull Lilly into believing, maybe, just maybe, she can settle in and make a safe and quiet life for
herself.

But when Legend's nationally famous high school football coach decides to make her his lady, Lilly is thrown into the spotlight as well, giving those seeking to find and destroy her,another chance to fulfill their contract.

Claiming the Legend is an ebook novella from the print book/anthology Finding Home by Janet Eaves, Magdalena Scott, Jan Scarbrough, and Maddie James (available March 2011).
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935817505
  • Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
  • Publication date: 1/30/2011
  • Series: Ladies of Legend , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 534,340
  • File size: 158 KB

Meet the Author

As is the way with writers of fantasy, Janet Eaves has always lived in other
worlds. From the beginning of her memories to this day, she has taken pleasure in those moments when nothing stands between her and that flight of the imagination which rolls scene after scene, carrying her to uncharted places and introducing her to previously nonexistent people that only she hears and sees, until, blessedly, she has the privilege of harnessing the magic and sharing her visions with others through the written word.
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  • Posted July 6, 2011

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    Great teaser novella!

    Review by Emmarae:This book is what every author wants to write: a teaser novella which will get you hooked and make you go buy the rest of the series two seconds after you finish it. Once you read the first page, you won't want to stop, either. This book has one of the best opening scenes I've read in quite awhile. The author paints this vivid picture of the town of Legend, and makes you want to move there, too. The way she describes everything is just incredible, and you don't feel like you're reading a boring description to get to the action. You want to be friends with the characters you meet, and this book definitely makes you want to know more.

    Lilly is learning to come alive again instead of always running; while Jim, who loves his town and his team but never another woman, realizes he's falling in love with a woman he's just met. The sparks shoot across the room when they first lay eyes on each other, and their chemistry sizzles to the last page. Their emotion, motivations, struggles, personalities -- everything just leaps off the page and sucks you in. Be warned: just go ahead and buy the entire series at once -- 'cause you won't want to stop with this one.

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    Loved it!

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  • Posted February 12, 2012

    Good read

    Really enjoyed this book -- characters were interesting and the storyline was good. Would have liked this to be a bit longer but definitely worth the read.

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