Montana Blue

Montana Blue

by Genell Dellin

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ISBN-13: 9781460304563
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/15/2012
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 750,122
File size: 772 KB

About the Author

Montana is a magical place to Genell. Late in the 1800s, Westerners called it "The Last Best Place" and to her it seems to be so still today. The enormity of the sky and the mountains, the few people with so much space and so much strength, and the land that seems to go on forever hold a powerful attraction that she loves to use for the background of her books. Genell is also a lifelong rodeo fan. Growing up, attending the Frontier Days Celebration and Rodeo in Fort Smith was a yearly tradition of her family. She and her sisters loved the danger and the drama and the flamboyant personalities who were part of the show. They played at being trick riders and barrel racers for weeks afterward. So, when she realized that Chase Lomax, rodeo cowboy, who was a character in her first single title romance, Montana Blue, would be the hero of her next book, Montana Gold, she felt she had been given the best of all possible worlds. What a perfect excuse for attending more rodeos and performances of the PBR, the Professional Bull Riders! What a great reason to make another trip to Montana! What a marvelous opportunity to write about two of her deepest passions! Genell Dellin has published more than 25 novels. Her historical romances have won multiple awards from Romantic Times BOOKclub and the University of Oklahoma School of Professional Writing. She also receives hundreds of letters from readers in response to her contemporary inspirational romances written as Gena Dalton for the Steeple Hill Books imprint. She lives with her husband in rural Oklahoma on a limestone hillside not far from a marker proclaiming the highest spot in the Cherokee Nation. Since their son has grown up and gone away to be a QuarterHorse trainer, they share their place with only four-footed family members. The bossy cat named Smokey keeps Genell company while she writes and sometimes offers her advice. *Cherokee Warriors is Genell's second Cherokee series for Avon Books inspired by family stories about her great-grandmother, who was born on the way to Indian Territory from Georgia. *Montana Gold is a sequel to Montana Blue. *Montana Gold is the second in Genell's series of single title contemporary romances set in Montana. "Chase Lomax is a perfect example of what grit and daring can accomplish," she says. "I loved writing him. He inspired me.

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Montana Blue 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Blue Bowman spent the last ten years in prison convicted for murdering the person he held responsible for killing his junkie sister Dannah. He heads to the renowned Splendid Ranch in Montana to compete the vow he made to himself when his mother died to avenge the deaths of her and his sibling by destroying rancher Gordon Campbell, his biological father. --- Blue obtains work on the ranch because he is so good with horses. There he meets and helps veterinarian Andie Lee Hart with a nasty situation involving her troubled son Shane. To his mortification his attraction to her has him wanting to forget his pledge. As they work together, they fall in love, but she admires his father who is her stepfather while he detests his sire this makes him wonder how she will react when he reveals the truth and breaks dear old dad. --- Though the theme has been used quite frequently especially in romance novels, Genell Dellin provides a fine contemporary tale. Readers will wonder whether Blue will choose love or revenge as he feels about his father similar to how Shane feels about the same man who many in the area admire including Andie Lee. Though the final round up seems to simplistic, fans of Big Sky romances driven by the characters will want to read MONTANA BLUE. --- Harriet Klausner