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Lizzie and the Rebel
     

Lizzie and the Rebel

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by Stephy Smith
 

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Orphaned at fifteen, Elizabeth George learned to protect herself and her ranch from ruffians trying to steal her part of the Rocky Mountains. Interrupted while tracking a mountain lion, she follows the smoke filled air to the half-frozen body of Frank Walling. Caring for the wounded confederate soldier, his demise stirred emotions Lizzie thought she was incapable of

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Orphaned at fifteen, Elizabeth George learned to protect herself and her ranch from ruffians trying to steal her part of the Rocky Mountains. Interrupted while tracking a mountain lion, she follows the smoke filled air to the half-frozen body of Frank Walling. Caring for the wounded confederate soldier, his demise stirred emotions Lizzie thought she was incapable of feeling.

Frank Walling fought for his beliefs during the Civil War. Wounded and half-frozen on the side of a mountain an angel appeared at his side. A new and difficult war of emotions boiled inside him. He determined he could not now, not ever—leave his angel unprotected on the mountain alone.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012217929
Publisher:
Astraea Press, LLC
Publication date:
03/14/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
165 KB

Meet the Author

Stephy Smith was born and raised in the Northwest Texas Panhandle. She owns and operates her own ranch. Stephy enjoys her family, country living and writing.

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Lizzie and the Rebel 1.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really wanted to like this book, and I thought the synopsis was really interesting and showed real promise, but I was disappointed. The book jumped around alot and there weren't that many details to fill in the gaps. For example, at one point they were shooting some bad guys, then there was a page break and then they were up in a cave and you have no idea how they got there. There were also points where the author told the reader things, but those things were never told to the other characters, which is just bad writing. I had such high hopes for this book and I was let down. Very disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Honestly, I was super disapointed. The summary sounds so good.....and books is just awful. The writing style is poor, its only 89 pages so everything happens unrealistly fast and its really confusing. You go from 2 characters on a mountain to at least 10 in a mansion....what the heck?! And the characterization seriously stunk. Overall, nice idea HORRIBLY executed.