High Country Rebel

High Country Rebel

by Lindsay McKenna
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High Country Rebel by Lindsay McKenna

"Talented Lindsay McKenna delivers excitement and romance in equal measure." —RT Book Reviews

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781460318119
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 08/27/2013
Series: Jackson Hole, Wyoming , #8
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 37,305
File size: 377 KB

About the Author

A U.S. Navy veteran, she was a meteorologist while serving her country. She pioneered the military romance in 1993 with Captive of Fate, Silhouette Special edition.  Her heart and focus is on honoring and showing our military men and women.  Creator of the Wyoming Series and Shadow Warriors series for HQN, she writes emotionally and romantically intense suspense stories. Visit her online at www.LindsayMcKenna.com.

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High Country Rebel 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS This is the third book lately that has bear attack in it. Makes me want to stay out of the mountains. High Country Rebel starts off getting your attention and keeps it with drama, action, interesting characters, romance and too many sex scenes and good, loyal, trained dog. Talon was a Navy Seal with PDST. He was taken hostage, and rescued with the help of his dog. He was medically discharged. Because of his PDST he has walked from California to Wyoming to his home. He is almost close to Jackson Hole when a late winter storm has come. Talon has been sending most of his pay home to his mom who is fighting breast cancer. Talon knows he is in trouble. He is sick, freezing in blizzard. Zeke his dog had saved his life many times over seas. He is well trained he is worried about what would happen to Zeke. Cat is a paramedic and a fire fighter. She is on her way to her part time job as a wrangler when she sees Talon. She stops the car. Talon gives signal word Allow to Zeke so he knows that she is helping Talon not a threat. Cat takes him to the Bar H the closes place. Their is no way to get him to the hospital for help. Cat starts him on iv liquid and gives him antibiotic that she keeps in her first aid bag in car. Cat has her own problems dealing with her abusive childhood to her recent ex-boyfriend who tried to hit her and now is stalking her. Gus who owns the Bar H is a kind special lady. Her granddaughter Val came home to help her run the ranch and ended up marrying Griff. Even as Talon is fighting fever she tells him that he has a job and a place on the ranch. She watched Talon work with his father at the neighbor ranch before he joined the Navy. Talon's mom has almost given up fighting against her cancer. This is her second round with the cancer. It is good for her that Talon is back home. Their are a lot of good people that are willing to help others when they can. Lots of people have helped Talon's mom while he served over seas. Their is a lot of drama, Zeke is a awesome dog and saves lives overseas and here in Wyoming. I was given this ebook to read and asked to give a honest review in exchange by Netgalley. publication: August 27th 2013 by Harlequin HQN 384 pages ISBN9780373778515
sharon1JT More than 1 year ago
First I’d like to thank Ms. McKenna for taking PTSD out from under the rock it’s been hiding under (and all it’s names from shell shock to battle fatigue)and bringing it into the light of day. She shows us that a person doesn’t have to show visible proof of trauma to be a wounded warrior. I have been looking forward to this book since the end of “The Loner”. The story started out really good. After that, it sort of fell apart - there were so much redundant thoughts by our “stars” - page after page of it. All in all, the center was pretty much a waste of time. The ending was good, mostly because Jake showed himself to be the hero that he is. This would have been a very good short story. It just didn’t hold together for nearly 300 pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
" This book is riviting and had me captivated from the very 1st page. The characters are SO realistic, sympathetic and kind hearted. You feel their pain and hardships, share their struggles and achievements. The story sheds insight into the challenges faced by our returning Military Service Members, especially the supremely sophisticated SEALs. Dog lovers will thrill to Zeke, the Belgium Malinois combat assault dog owned by the hero, Talon Holt, who was wounded just like him. They came home to make a new life for themselves. Ultimately, the heroic warrior and dog fall back on years of SEAL training to try to save their rescuer, Cat Edwin, from life threatening danger. A romance developes cautiously as they are both damaged souls. This story is about genuine heart, earned trust and family - whether by blood or through close friendship. The characters struggle and finally triumph over many obstacles. Throughout the book I found myself staunchly cheering for them. HIGH COUNTRY REBEL teaches that innumerable possiblities are achievable and can be reached when love, caring and trust prevail. This is a MUST read!"
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HIGH COUNTRY REBEL WAS EXCELLENT BOOK. WHEN I STARTED READING JUST HAD TO FINISH SAME DAY. LOVED THE DOG AND THE BOND BETWEEN TALON AND ZEKE.