West of Forgotten

West of Forgotten

by Lynda J. Cox

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BN ID: 2940157167875
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 07/07/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 292
Sales rank: 197,791
File size: 499 KB

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West of Forgotten 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
mscountrylace 11 months ago
I could not stop thinking about this book after reading it! It is such a powerful story with raw emotion and attention to detail. There is so much going in this book to keep you glued to it with the suspense of the attacks and threats to the ranch, their story, and the past coming back to haunt them. I loved everything from the start when they met and how they fit with each other. At one point I thought someone else was behind everything but was wrong. Her father was one that I wasn’t really liking until the whole story was out about the mine then I cheered. When I got to the end I didn’t want it to be over. Rachel was a very strong woman. She overcame a horrible thing and kept going for her son and the ranch no matter what people said about her. I loved how she had a journey of getting to the point of trusting again and realizing she was not to blame. She was a fighter. Harrison was the most honorable man. He did not even begin to judge and made it his mission to help her trust again and protect her. I loved him from the start because he didn’t try to take over and was very understanding. He also took his job as marshal serious. This book does something rare and handles the subject of sexual assault in a way no other book has and I applaud the author for that Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review .
JWheaton 11 months ago
West of Forgotten is an amazing and quick read for anyone fascinated with historical romance. I started it less than two days ago and found it very hard to put down! I would encourage anyone who doesn't gravitate to this genre type, however, to also give this story a chance. It is written in a way that truly teleports the reader back to the days of the Wild West. Lynda Cox's vivid descriptions of the Wyoming landscape and the challenges of frontier life in the 1800s is like reading a novel in high definition. I found myself fascinated by Cox's accurate Civil War knowledge through the perspective of a surviving veteran - her main character, Harrison Taylor. This is truly a tale of tragedy, triumph and history - woven expertly into a highly suspenseful romance. Harrison and Rachel show us what passion for love and life looked like in 1875. The author's final vulnerable note at the end also sends an important message to anyone who has fallen victim to sexual abuse. This story and its message is a class act. Very well done.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the book