Award-Winning, Western Time Travel Romance
Clean read romance
It was supposed to be a simple summer road trip . . . now Shelby McCoy has three weeks to discover why she’s been sent back in time on a lonely stretch of Wyoming highway while driving to her sister’s dude ranch. She’s welcomed by the original, nineteenth century ranchers who claim she’s their new cook. A strange letter they possess could be a clue, but unraveling the mystery won’t be easy with an ornery cowboy hiding his own secret and thwarting her at every turn.
Cowboy Ruckert St. Cloud isn’t happy about her arrival. He has his reasons, but he also doesn’t trust a woman who tramps about in trousers, trying to do a man’s work. He doesn’t understand Shelby’s sassy talk and unconventional style are products of a future age. Shelby doesn’t know that behind his silent stares and horse-whispering abilities lies a lonely, tortured man. They’re just a couple of misfits, too preoccupied with trying to solve the riddle of each other they forget to guard their hearts.
Emotional and humorous at the same time, Where Eagles Fly is the extraordinary journey of a woman who travels back in time to meet the man of her future and find the courage to surrender to love.
"Lisa Norato has written a funny, emotional and memorably romantic book that will be read again and again. It's the kind of special book with passages you share with others because they touch you, or make you laugh, or pleasantly surprise you. A well-plotted time travel that will keep you guessing right to the end and a tortured hero that will open your heart to the power of love. Well done!"
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"Ms. Norato makes Where Eagles Fly an extremely entertaining story. You can easily visualize Shelby's new surroundings and will be quickly drawn into Shelby's and Ruckert's story. Secondary characters add comedy to Where Eagles Fly and provide essential information to solving Shelby's time travel mystery. Ruckert's mother, Rose, provides Shelby with the support and encouragement need to go after what she wants most. Ruckert's brothers, all handsome of course, always make a point to treat Ruckert as normal as possible despite his secret. Shelby's black Pomeranian, Jorge, is just a little fireball of energy who instinctively recognizes Ruckert for the kind-hearted man he is. Where Eagles Fly is a funny story of a woman thrown back into the time she was truly made to live in with the man who was made for her."
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"A whimsical, time travel romance...with a great, stunning, final twist." - Harriet Klausner
"I LOVED IT! It had me thoroughly engrossed right up until the very end." - Lynn Jenssen, author of New View in Sisters of Spirit Anthology
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In Where Eagles Fly, Lisa tells a heartwarming story about a woman who suddenly finds herself in the past. One moment Shelby is in her car on her way to her sister's ranche, the next moment she walks into the 19th century. There she meets the man of her dreams - Ruckert. Ruckert is a guy I could easily fall in love with. He's a tall and handsome cowboy. Shelby has no idea how to return to the 21st century, so she decides to enjoy life with her new found love. Can she stay in the 19th century with Ruckert, or does she have to return to the 21st century? I loved Lisa's story-telling. She knows how to captivate her readers. As a reviewer of christian books I'd like to make a note for christian readers. There are lust scenes between the main characters. I know some christian readers avoid books like that, so I'd like to be honest about that.
In Wyoming, almost forty year old Shelby McCoy expects to never find her true love but refuses to settle for less. She drives to the dude ranch owned by her sister Caitlin and her husband Michael Ketchum. Her companion is her Pomeranian Jorge when her car breaks down near the ranch. Shelby and Jorge walk towards the Flying Eagle. However, something odd occurs as she sees a man on a horse and a woman with a teen in a horse drawn carriage. Rose St. Cloud seems kind so Shelby mentions her vehicle broke down, but when she looks around the paved road is gone and her car is nowhere in sight. Rose's two sons who are with her, silent horse whisperer Ruckert and thirteen year old Wyle, think she is a bit crazy, but Rose shows her the letter from her grandma's grandma Nana Marie Tinkler saying she is coming as their cook. Shelby soon learns somehow she is in 1886 near Laramie and meets the third son Holden, but finds herself ironically in love with Ruckert who feels the same way though his stuttering interferes with his telling her. This is a whimsical time travel romance starring a woman who refuses to settle for anything less than love. With a great stunning final twist, the story line is fun to follow as Shelby is a realistic lead character refusing to accept she has gone back in time over a century to find love. Although how she did it is only partially explained, fans will enjoy her falling in love with a terrific horse whisperer who can communicate with wild stallions but stutters amongst humans. Harriet Klausner
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