Sweet Mountain Music

Sweet Mountain Music

by Suzie Johnson


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ISBN-13: 9781939023414
Publisher: WhiteFire Publishing
Publication date: 05/15/2014
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Sweet Mountain Music 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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junefoster1JF More than 1 year ago
Sweet Mountain Music by Suzie Johnson kept me clicking my kindle until the final chapter and the epilogue. Filled with adventure, laughs, and beautiful vistas in the Cascade Mountains of Washington state, the story enchanted me. Chloe Williston belongs in the twenty-first century instead of the nineteenth. Though her austere father, owner of the Cedar Ridge newspaper, thinks women should be seen and not heard, she won’t have any of it. She must prove she can write stories as well as any male reporter.  Undaunted, Chloe and her brother Caleb finagle their way on Ben Kearny’s research trip into the Cascades in search of Sasquatch. Though a relationship is the last thing either Ben or Chloe wants, sparks fly the moment they meet. It’s hard for Chloe to ignore Ben’s rich mellow singing voice offering sweet mountain music.  Suzie Johnson has thoroughly researched this story set in 1896. The author’s descriptions drew me into the tale and kept me reading. I laughed when hero, Ben Kearny, remarks that “a man could get sunburned tonsils from looking up all the time and trying to take it all in.” From a faced pace start until the ending, this novel will not disappoint.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Delightful!  A shy (at the beginning) but spunky heroine. A handsome and sweet, though a bit bossy hero, with a past that haunts him.  Instant conflict, an adventurous trek through the Cascade Mountains (beautifully and perfectly described), and a well developed cast  of secondary characters make this a fun read. Throw in a bit of suspense and danger and it's perfect. I loved the story, the romance, the growing faith of the hero and heroine, and the prose. Highly recommended!