Wind of the Mountain

Wind of the Mountain

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by Brian D. Kelling
     
 

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When grieving widower Brandon McCallum heads for the mountains of southern Colorado, little does he know what awaits. All he wants is to build a high-country ranch, but what he gets is trouble, in the form of gold and bushwhackers. His life is further complicated by a beautiful young woman in Pueblo, and Brand must decide to love again. The trail leads to New Mexico,…  See more details below

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When grieving widower Brandon McCallum heads for the mountains of southern Colorado, little does he know what awaits. All he wants is to build a high-country ranch, but what he gets is trouble, in the form of gold and bushwhackers. His life is further complicated by a beautiful young woman in Pueblo, and Brand must decide to love again. The trail leads to New Mexico, and McCallum must find the outlaws before its too late. With everything on the line, guns will decide their fate....

Editorial Reviews

Novelspot Romance Reviews - Sabine Maurier
"Brian Kelling has crafted an epic tale of life in the American West. His attention to detail leaves the reader with a clear picture of what life was like for a single man wanting to start over. In a voice that carries a great depth of emotion, Mr. Kelling has created a love story that stands as large as a clear Colorado sky." Reviewed By: Sabine Maurier, Novelspot Romance Reviews
Fallen Angel Reviews - Linda Fallen Angel Reviews
"Wind of the Mountain is not your ordinary western; it is a masterpiece of the legendary tales of the entire American West. Mr. Kelling has written a story that surpasses time. It is like he traveled right along side Brandon, taking in every bit of the full account of his life. He took a western and created beauty as if he painted a picturesque elegance on canvas. Mr. Kelling knows his history of the American West." 5 Angels and a RECOMMENDED READ! Linda, Fallen Angel Reviews
Building Rainbows - Chuck Faul
"Wind of the Mountain is a great Western told in the traditinal format, but includes an in-depth and believable love story, historical accuracy, and "Western" humor. Clean, and a real feel-good tale, this book takes up where Louis L'Amour left off. Of special interest is his descriptions of the West -- which I would term "peerless." This is a great read, and really makes you feel like you're there, regardless of your gender."
Reviewed by Chuck Faul, Building Rainbows

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000086551
Publisher:
Whiskey Creek Press
Publication date:
07/01/2004
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
426 KB

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Wind of the Mountain 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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A great traditional western story that involves the reader in a way usually reserved for the great novelists. Feel the gun buck in your hand. Breath the clean air of the Colorado Rockies in 1870. Smell the pines, listen to the wind, love the heroine the way you first loved your spouse. Carve out that high country ranch. Fight the bad guys. Also, learn the history of the state as told back then. Rarely does an author make you feel astride a horse, but this one does it in a big way. Outstanding.