Montana Man (The Austin trilogy) (Volume 2)

Montana Man (The Austin trilogy) (Volume 2)
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Casting a shy smile in her direction he confessed, “Well it wasn’t the Smurfs, believe me.” He noted the firm line of her mouth combined with the resolute glint in her eyes as she asked, “I’m not going to find any pictures of me for sale on the net am I?” The expression on her face made it obvious that she read the outrage in his eyes as she quickly conveyed her concern, “Well it wouldn’t do for pictures of the daughter of the President to show up on U tube!” She saw him pale as he managed to croak,“ You, you’re, --oh no way!” At that instant the phone rang! Adam almost dropped it, but caught it and turned it on, expecting to hear his medical control officer’s voice, only to hear a female voice, “Please hold the line for the President.” Oh Lord please let this all be a bad dream, this couldn’t be happening to him!

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What They Are Saying About Montana Man

 This novel kept me on the edge of my chair from the first part. I felt as though I was right there, seeing the plane crash, and seeing the only survivor, Angel, and the victims.

I was so engrossed in it. This novel, like the first one, "Run In With the Law" is very well written. It keeps you wanting more!

I must say that, the two novels should be made into a mini series! And maybe in time, they will be..

I think they are going to be best sellers! I give "Montana Man" two thumbs up!!

It is also a very inspirational romance novel. Very tastefully done...

God Bless You, David!

You are an exceptional author!

Theresa (Terri) Carter


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T.D. Courtland has been writing for over twenty years. He has written various genres, however his first love is inspirational romance. Married for over forty years to his beloved wife and volunteers working on a local tourist railroad as a crew member on the steam engine.

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